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Rahul Gandhi to lead a ‘Chasi Banchao Padayatra’ in Bargarh

Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi will lead a ‘Save Farmer March’ in Bargarh district during his two-day visit to Odisha to highlight alleged failure of both the Centre and BJD regime in the state in mitigating the plight of peasants.
“Rahul Gandhi is scheduled to embark upon a two-day visit to Odisha on September 10 during which he will lead a Chasi Banchao Padyatra in Bargarh district which is witnessing suicide by farmers,” Odisha Pradesh Congress Committee (OPCC) President Prasad Harichandan told reporters on Tuesday.

In view of drought like situation, mainly in western Odisha where farmers are committing suicide due to crop loss and debt burden, the ‘Save Farmer March’ is being held to emphasise the urgent need to save the distressed peasants, Harichandan said.
The padyatra would also highlight the failure of the BJD government in the state and BJP-led NDA rule at the Centre in bringing relief to the farmers, PCC Chief said. Other programmes for the AICC Vice-President are being worked out, he said.
Hitting out at Naveen Patnaik government, Harichandan accused the BJD regime of failing to respond properly to the drought situation faced by the state and to mitigate the plight of the farmers who are hit hard by scanty rainfall.
No timely step was also taken to ensure that the farmers who are facing crop loss are covered by insurance, he said.

Illegal affair leads to kill husband

Over a month after the Paikmal police exhumed the body of Kasyap Bag (36) in Jamuna Nagar here on May 4, they claimed to have solved the murder mystery. Bag had gone missing on April 30. Police have arrested three persons including Bag’s widow Bindu (32), her cousin Nirupama Seth (26), besides paramour of Bindu and prime accused Premananda Dansena (35).

Informing this to mediapersons on Thursday, Bargarh SP Ashish Singh said Bag was working as a migrant labourer in Tamil Nadu. He had called up his wife Bindu and informed her that he was coming home on April 28 for Baisakh Mela in Nrusinghanath temple. Apparently, Bindu had developed a relationship with Premananda over the last nine months and they sought help of Nirupama to eliminate Bag.

When he reached home at Jamunanagar at about 7 pm on April 28, Bindu offered him alcohol laced with sleeping pills along with mutton. When he became semi-conscious, Premananda attacked Bag with an axe. However, the axe missed his throat and hit his chin resulting in a deep cut and bleeding. Thereafter, both Bindu and Premananda cleaned the blood and the plan to eliminate him was shelved. Next day on April 29, Bag was not allowed by Bindu to move out of the house and she again offered him liquor laced with more sleeping pills which rendered Bag motionless.

On April 30 night, Premananda tied a rope from a wooden beam in the roof of the house and the trio hanged Bag for about two hours which is believed to have caused his death. After covering the body with a bedsheet, they buried the body in the courtyard of the house.

As Paikmal police came to know about mysterious disappearance of Bag, they visited the house and came across newly laid concrete patch in the courtyard. This raised their suspicion and after digging about four feet, they found a dead body with limbs tied and face covered with cloth. As Bindu was missing, police doubted her involvement and started tracking her.

The three had left for Raipur after committing the crime and then shifted to Mathura in Uttar Pradesh. Police said when the three accused had come to Bargarh to arrange money, they were arrested at the railway station.

Bag and Bindu had a love marriage 12 years back and were forced to leave their village in Chhattisgarh after their families refused to accept the marriage. They had settled down in Jamunanagar under Paikmal police limits acheter viagra pfizer france. The couple has a son and a daughter and the children have been kept in Kasturba Matru Niketan at Paikmal by police. Premananda is also married and has a son and a daughter.

Dead body on Attabira-Bargarh Rail Line

An unidentified dead body of a 50 years old man, was found in Attabira-Bargarh Rail Line on yesterday late night. Sambalpur GRP Police took the dead body under his custody.

It is unknown to all that why the incident occur. It is also unknown that is it a suicide or an accident.

 

3 pregnant women die in VSS Burla

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Reportedly, the doctors conducted caesarean section on nine women on Saturday. The women were kept in the observation room after this operation.

But, three of them reportedly died one after the other immediately when they were shifted to the observation room. The doctors suspect the deaths could have taken place due to the side effects of medicines provided by the government to the hospital.

Following the incident, the supply of medicines by the government to the Gynaecology ward of the hospital were ceased.

“The post-surgery condition of the three women was all right. But their condition deteriorated suddenly after taking the medicines. After a bout of severe vomiting, they foamed and died suddenly. We suspect the death could be due to the reaction of the drugs administered on them,” Dr Lalmohan Nayak, assistant professor, Gynaecology, reportedly said.

It is noted that before 2 years, nine newborn babies have died at the VSS Medical College and Hospital in Burla in the 24 hours.

Cops Make a ‘U-turn’ in Sugrib Kidnap Case

Even as Bargarh police on Wednesday tried to take Sugrib Ranbeda, who was allegedly kidnapped by a minister, to Bhubaneswar to identify the place where he claimed he was confined, the cops had to drop the plan following orders from higher authorities.

Two weeks ago, Sugrib, a member of Rusuda Service Co-operative Society, had alleged that he was kidnapped and confined to the official residence of Handloom and Textile Minister Snehangini Chhuria in Bhubaneswar to prevent him from voting in cooperative election. Election to the cooperative society was held on January 25.

After Leader of the Opposition Narasingh Mishra raised the issue in the Assembly, police decided to take him to Bhubaneswar where he claimed he was confined to a room. While police were approaching Boudh, one of the officers received a call and was asked to take Sugrib back to his village at Rusuda.

In his complaint to the Bargarh SP on January 27, Sugrib had alleged that on January 18, supporters of Chhuria – Sadanand Khamari of Bagiapali, P Satyanarayan of Bheden and Dumatsen Rana of Dhatukpali – took him to the residence of the Minister in Bargarh. Later, he was taken to the Minister’s residence at Bhubaneswar.

When he requested the Minister to allow him to cast his vote, Chhuria allegedly locked him in her house and went to Kalahandi on a tour. Later, he was dropped in his village, a day after the election, on January 25. “Though my son Durga had reported the matter to the police the same day, no action has been taken so far,” Sugrib alleged.

Bargarh SP Umashankar Dash said efforts are on to nab the persons named in the complaint.

Chhuria, however, refuted the allegations. “The charges are false and politically motivated. I am in no way involved in the incident,” she said, adding that she is ready to face any inquiry.