BJP’s youth wing, the Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morch (BJYM) on Thursday warned to gherao the Odisha Assembly on December 9 to press for its demands for the removal of Minister of State (MoS) for Home Dibya Shankar Mishra from the State Cabinet over his alleged links with the prime accused in the murder of Kalahandi school teacher Mamita Meher.
Odisha Police have a tough task at hand. Neither the motive of crime independently corroborated nor the police had discovered any new fact other than evidence given by accused
Meanwhile, several BJP workers staged a protest in front of the Kendrapada block office today. The agitators raised slogans demanding the suspension and arrest of Minister Dibya Shankar Mishra alleging his involvement in the brutal murder case of Mamita.
Earlier today, some protestors belonging to Opposition parties pelted eggs at the Women & Child Development Minister Tukuni Sahu's car during her visit to Narla in Kalahandi. The workers waved black flags and hurled eggs at the vehicle carrying Sahu while she was returning from Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik's programme
Tukuni Sahu became the second Minister who faced such humiliation after Mishra during the protests for justice for Mamita.
Protesting Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik’s upcoming visit to Kalahandi, senior Congress leader Bhakta Das has called for ‘Janta Curfew’ in the district on November 8 to seek justice for murdered lady teacher Mamita Meher.
On the other hand, Congress has threatened to observe Odisha Bandh on November 12. The Congress has warned of dire consequences if Chief Minister Patnaik dithers on dropping Minister of State for Home Dibya Shankar Mishra from the cabinet by November 10
As per political observers, CM Naveen Patnaik's new political dogma has taken 180-degree change - from public propriety to people's verdict
With mystery deepening over murder of lady teacher Mamita Meher, the Odisha BJP Mahila Morcha took out a hearse parade in the capital city demanding CBI probe into the matter. The saffron party leaders have sought immediate removal and arrest of minister of state for Home Dibya Shankar Mishra for his alleged involvement in the case.
Even as the key accused has made an extra-judicial confession, bumpy roads ahead for Odisha police. For securing maximum punishment in a section 302 case, independent evidence proving cruel motive will be the clincher
Protests erupt as mystery deepens in lady teacher Mamita Meher case. Odisha Youth Congress staged demonstration in front of Naveen Niwas.