The incident has triggered resentment among the students, guardians and local people.
As per reports, he was apprehended by Odisha Vigilance while accepting bribe of Rs 8,000 from a complainant to help his cousins in a case registered earlier in Kiakata PS.
As per reports, Baunsuni police station had registered a case against the trio for cheating the e-commerce company to the tune of Rs 38 lakh in June. Kantamal police registered a case against them on July 4 for swindling Rs 1.94 lakh.
As the day broke, police and health department personnel visited all the egg shops in the town and asked them to shut down their shops. They even took inventory of eggs of shopkeepers to verify later if they had supplied to anybody secretly.
The BJP activists also raised ‘Pandian Go Back’ slogans and tried to storm into the 5T Secretary’s meeting venue. However, the activists were stopped by the police which led to a brief scuffle.
As per reports, the bus was on its way to Raipur from Berhampur when the mishap occurred. All the passengers of the bus were reportedly unhurt.
The deceased have been identified as Jagannath Meher and Prashant. An Assistant Sub-Inspector (ASI) and another home guard were critically injured in the mishap.
As per initial reports, the speeding car entered the house after its driver lost control of the steering wheel and skidded off the road on NH-57. The SUV was coming from Charichhak area.
Recently, in a rare sight during a wedding in Odisha, a groom took out a procession and reached the marriage venue on JCB making his wedding a distinctive one from others.
Ravindra, who hailed from Jamghati village, was arrested on the charges of murdering two of his family members in 2015. He was subsequently convicted by the court and sentenced to life imprisonment in 2018.
The accused who tried to escape from the victim’s home was caught by the villagers and was thrashed mercilessly.
Some identified miscreants opened fire at the team at Khaliapali Square leaving two of them seriously injured.
However, Kanhar refuted the allegations levelled by the villagers.
The Excise sleuths seized the vehicle and started an investigation into the incident.
Tension erupted in the area following the mishap. Angry locals launched a tyre-burning agitation on the National Highway 57 protesting the deaths and seeking compensation.
Police sources revealed that marijuana smugglers used to give kickbacks to these cops to run their businesses smoothly.
Every year, the haat remains open for four days beginning Makar Sankranti so that people enjoy both the Makar Mela and shopping in the market.
As reported, a team of forest officials went into Lakadpaju forest to seize and destroy ganja cultivation which was being done inside the deep forest. During the operation, suddenly a landmine blasted which was supposedly set up by ganja mafias to keep the investigating team off-limit.
Acting on a tip-off, the police raided a house in the village and arrested Bindhani where he was manufacturing the guns.
The woman was hanging her clothes to dry at her home when she accidentally came in contact with a live wire.