The report came after DNA samples of Mamita’s parents Suchandra Meher and Tulasi were sent to the State Forensic Science Laboratory in Bhubaneswar for examination.
After Das dared Pradhan to produce evidence to prove the involvement of Dibya Shankar Mishra in the teacher murder case, BJP hit out at the ruling party leader for his 'ignorance of law'.
Asks why statements of Mamita’s parents weren’t recorded even after the FIR was registered
Appearing on behalf of the petitioners, advocate Pradipta Mohanty sought the Court's direction to the police to complete the investigation within a stipulated time.
Stating that Mamita's parents had made direct allegations against the Minister, Saluja said that if such a person entered the Assembly, it will destroy the dignity of the house.
The BJP slammed DIG Deepak Kumar for denying that Mamita met Gobinda and Dibya Shankar Mishra in Raipur
Opposition parties in Odisha have been demanding Home Minister Dibya Shankar Mishra over the kidnap and killing of a 24-year-old woman teacher in Kalahandi district.
Calling it a ‘black day’ for Odisha, OPCC vice president Debasis Patnaik said people will give a fitting reply to the Chief Minister’s gesture in the ensuing panchayat and urban body elections.
The former Union Minister said Mamita’s parents have been demanding action against Minister of State for Home Dibya Shankar Mishra and a CBI probe into their daughter’s murder.
Addressing a public meeting at Gandhi Chowk in Bhawanipatna, he said that the investigation conducted by police is meant to assist the prime accused.
The opposition BJP and Congress stepped up attack on the State government for alleged attempt to derail the investigation by ignoring key aspects of the incident.
Incidentally, cops had detained the Congress workers in the police station apprehending disturbance during the Minister's visit to the area.
The party also staged demonstration before Jajpur collectorate demanding arrest of Minister Dibya Shankar Mishra. for his alleged links with prime accused Gobinda Sahu.
The bandh has been called to protest against the alleged inaction towards Minister of State for Home DS Mishra who is charged with patronising the prime accused in the kidnap and murder of a woman.
Meanwhile, reacting to Congress allegations, the BJD said the Odisha government has never compromised on any issue and the law will take its own course.