In a major twist to the missing of a lady teacher at Sunshine English Medium School in Mahaling under Sindhekela Police limits of Kalahandi district, the father of the victim, identified as Mamita, has alleged that a sex racket is in operation at the school.
Speaking to media, Suchandra Meher, father of the missing teacher said, “The president of a school managing committee Govinda Sahu used to keep physical relationship with many students on pretext of awarding them good marks (first class and best 10 position) in the examination.”
“As Mamita knew everything, Sahu, with the help of Minister of State of Home Affairs, Captain Dibya Shankar Mishra has eliminated my daughter,” Meher alleged.
Meanwhile, the Opposition parties have slammed minister Mishra for allegedly shielding Govind Sahu and demanded the former’s suspension.
“The minister has good relations with Govinda Sahu who was detained in connection with the case and escaped from police custody. The minister should be suspended ad he might tamper the evidences and affect the investigation,” said BJP MP Basant Panda.
Echoing a similar view, Congress MLA Santosh Singh Saluja has demanded CBI probe into the matter.
“The case should be handed over to CBI for an impartial investigation and the Home minister should resign from his post immediately,” Saluja said.
Reacting to the allegation levelled by the Oppositions, Minister Mishra said, “The law will take its own course. We have full faith in the system. Anyone found guilty shall be punished.”
Notably, Mamita has been missing for over 10 days. The family members of the lady teacher alleged that Sahu used to force women employees at the school to keep illicit relationships with him.
Earlier, an audio clip of a telephonic conversation between a colleague of Mamita and her brother Bunty had gone viral in which the former was telling Bunty that Sahu had sexually harassed many lady employees of the school and Mamita had threatened to expose him.
Mamita’s colleague can also be heard telling Bunty that Sahu had called upon Mamita on the pretext of an official meeting, the day after which she went missing.