Based on the online complaint of the father of the deceased, Paralakhemundi Police has registered a case against DFO Behera, Soumya’s widow Bidya Bharati Panda and cook Manmath Kambha.
The diary purportedly maintained by the late forest officer, Soumya Ranjan Mohapatra, stated about his love and affection towards his wife Bidya Bharati.
A woman in police uniform asked the driver to stop the ambulance at forest gate for around 10-15 minutes till arrival of the patient’s wife
Even as police have zeroed on the crime spot, still the sensational case has many loops within. All of which has made the job of police harder in proving it a homicide or accidental death
DIG Satyabrata Bhoi has clarified that no one will be spared and the police have so far made satisfactory progress in the ACF death case
The DFO has been named an accused in the murder case which has been filed in connection with the mysterious death of 32-year-old ACF Soumya Ranjan Mohapatra.
The letter purportedly written by Bidya Bharati was found from the official residence of the late forest officer in Paralakhemundi
While Police and Crime Branch are still trying to dig out the truth in the Paralakhemundi mystery murder, an audio clip of a purported conversation between deceased ACF Soumyaranjan and his wife Bidyabharti has recently emerged.
Bidyabharati, wife of deceased Paralakhemundi Assistant Conservator of Forests (ACF), Soumyaranjan Mohapatra finally spoke out on Tuesday and made some shocking allegations.
The mystery behind the death of Paralekhamundi Assistant Conservator of Forest, Soumyaranjan Mohapatra, seems to be deepening with each passing day. On Monday (July 19) the uncle of the deceased revealed some shocking details about a bachelor’s party that the couple allegedly attended.
Tulasi, Soumya's mother alleged that Bidya had an affair with another man near her village before marriage. She could be wanting to elope with him after mopping up my son's properties, She alleged.
The quarters was closed since July 12, the day Soumya Ranjan reportedly suffered burn injuries
The death of Soumya Ranjan Mohapatra, the Assistant Conservator of Forest (ACF) at Paralakhemundi, in a mysterious fire is getting murkier by the day with fresh twists adding to the case every day.
Soumya's wife refuted the charges levelled by Soumya’s family members that the DFO was responsible for his death saying said that no departmental official had anything to do with the ‘shocking incident’.