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Kalahandi police arrested 4 dacoits

Kalahandi police arrested 4 dacoits and seized guns and cash, related to last month’s loot and murder case in Bhawanipatna.

Last month 10th January, a farmer family was returning to home Junagarh, after selling their cotton products at Bhawanipatna. In the meantime 4 docaits kept eye on this family and attacked. This incident happened in Banmalipur Chawk. The docoits looted 6 lakh from the family. In this attack, one person was killed at the spot while other one has several critical injuries. It is believed that the victims are father and son in relation.

As per the police superintendent of Kalahandi Mr. Battula’s statements, the police seized an amount of Rs. 1, 30, 000 in cash. The police also seized guns and a motorcycle from the dacoits. The arrested dacoits are Umashankar Majhi, Rajendra Majhi, Laxmidhar Nayak and Samburu Sahu. All four docaits are from Kalahandi district and have been involved in several other cases.

Firing in Brajrajnagar

ବ୍ରଜରାଜନଗରରେ ମଙ୍ଗଳବାର ରାତି ସାଢ଼େ ୮ଟାରେ ପୁଣି ଥରେ ଗୁଳି ଫୁଟିଛି। ଏଥିରେ ମଣ୍ଟୁ ଘୋଷ(୩୦) ନାମରେ ଜଣେ ଯୁବକଙ୍କ ମୃତ୍ୟୁ ଘଟିଛି। ବ୍ରଜରାଜନଗର ମୁଖ୍ୟ ବଜାରରେ ଥିବା ଏକ ଜଳଖିଆ ଦୋକାନ ଲକ୍ଷ୍ମୀ କ୍ୟାବରେ ଏହି ଗୁଳିକାଣ୍ଡ ଘଟିଛି।

ଜଳଖିଆ ଦୋକାନର କାଉଣ୍ଟରରେ ଛିଡ଼ା ହୋଇଥିବା ବେଳେ ଏହି ଗୁଳିକାଣ୍ଡ ଘଟିଥିବା କୁହାଯାଉଛି। ଦୁଇ ରାଉଣ୍ଡ ଗୁଳି ଚାଳନା ହୋଇଥିବା ଲୋକେ କହୁଥିବା ବେଳେ ଘଟଣାସ୍ଥଳରେ ଗୋଟିଏ ଖୋକା ପଡ଼ିଥିବା ଦେଖା ଯାଇଛି। ମଣ୍ଟୁର ମୁଣ୍ଡରେ ଗୁଳି ବାଜିବା ପରେ ସେ ତଳେ ପଡ଼ି ଯାଇଥିଲା। ଦୁଇ ଜଣ ଯୁବକ ଏକ ବାଇକରେ ଆସି ଗୁଳି ମାରି ଫେରାର ହୋଇ ଯାଇଥିବା ପ୍ରତ୍ୟକ୍ଷଦର୍ଶୀ କହୁଛନ୍ତି। ଗୁଳିକାଣ୍ଡ ସମୟରେ ହୋଟେଲ ମାଲିକ ହୋଟେଲ ଭିତରକୁ ଯାଇଥିଲେ।

ଗୁଳିକାଣ୍ଡରେ ମୃତ ମଣ୍ଟୁ ହେଉଛି ବହୁ ଚର୍ଚ୍ଚିତ ଅମିତ ଧଳ ହତ୍ୟାକାଣ୍ଡରେ ସଂପୃକ୍ତ ସୋନୁ ଘୋଷର ଭାଇ। ସୋନୁ ଘୋଷ ଏବେ ଜେଲରେ ଅଛି। ଘଟଣାସ୍ଥଳରେ ପୁଲିସ ପହଞ୍ଚି ତଦନ୍ତ ଆରମ୍ଭ କରିଛି। ହୋଟେଲରେ ଲାଗିଥିବା ସିସି ଟିଭିକୁ ପୁଲିସ ଜବତ କରି ତଦନ୍ତ କରୁଥିବା ବେଳେ ଏହି ହତ୍ୟାକାଣ୍ଡ ସହିତ ମାଫିଆଙ୍କ ସଂପୃକ୍ତି ଥିବା କୁହାଯାଉଛି।

Wife killed in Sambalpur family court premises

A young man hacked to death his estranged wife and injured his mother-in-law and his sister-in-law’s three-year-old daughter with a sword on the premises of the family court here on Monday.

The accused, Ramesh Kumbhar, 24, a resident of Sindurpank village in the district’s Maneswar block, tried to escape but was overpowered by people and lawyers. He was handed over to police.

The incident took place around 9.30am in the waiting room of the court where the family of Sangita Choudhury, 19, the estranged wife of Ramesh, was waiting to be called for counselling.

However, Sangita’s father Sudhan Choudhury, an owner of a small roadside eatery, was loitering in the court’s verandah when he saw Ramesh launch a murderous attack on his family. Panicked, he ran for safety and rushed to the nearby tehsil office.

While Sangita, who was stabbed by Ramesh in the stomach, was declared brought dead at the district headquarters hospital, her mother Lalita Choudhury, 50, suffered injuries on her neck and her three-year-old niece Sibani was wounded in the hand.

Both the injured were first taken to the district headquarters hospital, Sambalpur, and from there to Veer Surendra Sai Institute of Medical Science and Research (Vimsar) in Burla, where doctors stated their condition to be stable.

Sources said Ramesh, a driver by profession, had an affair with Sangita, who also hailed from his village. Though both the families were against their marriage, the duo eloped and tied the nuptial knot about two years ago.

After staying with Ramesh for five months, Sangita, whose family originally hails from Samastipur in Bihar, developed differences with him and preferred to stay at her father’s house.

The couple had been living separately for some time. As her parents did not accept the marriage and she did not return to Ramesh’s house, the latter filed a case in the family court for reconciliation. In between, Sangita’s parents had arranged her marriage with a Samastipur boy, a move that irked Ramesh.

Sangita’s parents on Monday came to the court for counselling on the orders of the court where the incident took place.

The police said it was a planned attack and Ramesh had come with a sword.

The police have seized the sword, said Town police station inspector-in-charge Pradeep Sahu.

Advocate Nilima Panda, who was witness to the incident, said the attack was sudden and took everyone by surprise. No one apprehended that such an incident could take place on the court premises, Panda said.

Wife Killed, Two Others Injured By Husband

Truth reveals behind the chinmaya murder case, 3 Nabbed for murder

culprits-chinmaya-muder-caseThree persons were on Wednesday arrested by Sambalpur police for their alleged involvement in the murder of one Chinmaya Naik (25) of Gandhinagar in Hirakud town on February 28.

The three are Rabi Pradhan(45), Shankar Sahu (43) and Bira Das (35). Chinmaya’s body was found at Alind Chowk under Hirakud police limits on March 1. Subsequently, a murder case was registered.

After failing to make any headway into the murder case for over two months, police zeroed in on footage of the CCTV installed on the premises of Hindalco Industries Limited (HIL) at Alind Chowk. On examination of the footage, police spotted Pradhan and Sahu disposing the body of Chinmaya.

Sambalpur SP Prateek Mohanty said Chinmaya had an illicit relationship with Pradhan’s wife. Apparently, Pradhan has 21 criminal cases pending against him in different police stations and runs a restaurant in Hirakud town. He had procured a firearm and three ammunitions from Bira of Cheruapara in Sambalpur on February 25 which was used in the murder.

On the fateful day, Chinmaya had gone to Subash Ground in Hirakud town to watch a football match. When he received a call from Pradhan’s wife who runs a bus ticket booking counter in the town, Chinmaya rushed to her. Suspecting some foul play, Pradhan followed him to the counter and later found his wife and Chinmaya in a compromising position. Infuriated, Pradhan attacked them with the firearm injuring his wife on her head and killing Chinmaya on the spot.

After the murder, Pradhan sought help of Sahu who worked in his restaurant and they took the body in a motorcycle to dispose it at Chowk. Pradhan then returned the firearm to Bira who was also arrested later.