The accused including the mastermind Sonu Jena were arrested from Bolagarh in Nayagarh. Jena is said to be a dreaded liquor mafia operating out of Nayagarh.
eir modus operandi involved targeting people who do not know how to use an ATM card. They offer to help people inside ATM kiosks and after knowing their PIN, the accused would replace the ATM card with another similar looking card
As per local residents, the minor boy was the step son of the deceased woman. It is suspected that the woman committed suicide after killing her stepson on Sunday night.
The accused, identified as Arpit Panchal, was arrested from Jaora area on January 10 and has been produced before Bhubaneswar SJDM court after being brought on a transit remand.
It is alleged that the miscreants picked up a quarrel with the hotel boy over food and later fired at him. Following the incident, the miscreants fled the spot.
The shocking claim has been made by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) in its chargesheet based on the statements recorded by producer Pramod Swain.
Suman, who is now eight months pregnant, said that they often fought over his drinking habits.
The video of the incident was also doing rounds on social media. In the video, a man is seen on the bonnet of a moving white Maruti Dzire car.
As per reports, Rajashree, in the handwritten letter, held two persons responsible for her death, including a coach and a former official of the Odisha Cricket Association (OCA).
The court has also issued summon notices to three associates of the Collector. The court has asked the bureaucrat to appear on January 24.
Denying allegations, the CEO of OCA, Subrat Behera said, “While it is very sad that a promising OCA registered player is no more, as far as the allegations of irregularities are concerned, every selected member's performance is uploaded on our website and the mobile app for everybody to see.”
Cuttack DCP, Pinak Mishra said as the woman cricketer Rajashree Swain’s body was found hanging at an isolated place inside Gurudijhatia forest, the concerned Gurudijhatia Police will register an unnatural death case and initiate the investigation
The arrested person's brother-in-law (sister’s husband) has a jewellery shop at Naya Sarak area in Cuttack town.
In the charge sheet, it is mentioned that Archana was blackmailing film producer Akshay Parija with the help of her associate Shraddhanjali. The charge sheet has also mentioned about Archana blackmailing a Nayagarh-based political leader and businessman.
The boy went missing from Sayli village in the Dadra and Nagar Haveli (DNH) district of the UT on December 29 last year.