Indian State Outlaws Black Magic and Superstition After Killing
Anti-superstition activist was shot
The Indian state of Maharashtra has enacted emergency laws banning black magic and superstition, one day after a prominent campaigner was killed.
Anti-superstition activist Narendra Dabholkar, 71, who campaigned for the law, was shot dead in the city of Pune on Tuesday by unidentified gunmen.
Many businesses closed to protest against his killing and chanting demonstrators marched through the city.
He spent decades campaigning against what he called "fraudulent" practices.