Meanwhile, if the recovered mobile phone from Radhe's house is found to be of Mamita, which Gobinda claimed to have buried in the pit with her body, it could be a vital input and help the police investigation.
Police are also interrogating Sahu about what Mamita knew about his alleged illicit relationship and if that was the reason behind the planned murder.
Speaking to mediapersons, Northern Range DIG Deepak Kumar said the main accused Gobinda Sahu killed Mamata inside his car
Protests intensify over lady teacher Mamita Meher Murder. BJP’s Mahila Morcha staged demonstration in front of Naveen Niwas. The activists demanded resignation of Minister Dibya Shankar Mishra.
Some sensational revelations have come to the fore in lady teacher Mamita Meher’s case. As per latest sources, during police interrogation prime accused Govind Sahu has reportedly confessed to having killed Mamita.
The police are likely to seek Sahu’s custodial remand to conduct his interrogation in order to ferret out more information about the crime he claims to have committed
Mamita Meher’s ‘Last Birthday Celebration’ With Friends And Relatives.
Kalahandi unit of BJP observes 12-hour Bandh in the district seeking justice for family of lady teacher Mamita Meher.
Earlier on Tuesday, police and a forensic expert team with the help of earthmovers took more than two hours and dig a 10 feet deep pit to exhume a charred decomposed body from the stadium in the presence of a Magistrate. Some belongings recovered along with the body were identified to be of Mamita Mamita by her parents.
A 12-hour Kalahandi bandh was called by the BJP on Wednesday demanding resignation of Odisha Minister of State for Home Affairs, Captain Dibya Shankar Mishra whose alleged links with the accused, Gobinda Sahu in the mysterious missing case of a lady teacher has kicked off a hail storm in political corridors of the State.
After sitting tight for over 12 days following the mysterious disappearance of Mahalinga Sunshine school lady teacher Mamita Meher, the police finally managed to make some headway in the investigation on Tuesday.
Pradipta Naik demanded resignation of the Minister on moral grounds stating that a thorough enquiry cannot be conducted if the Minister himself is in the charge of the Home Department as there will be every chance of conflict of interest.
Lady teacher Mamita Meher missing case took rapid twists and turns on Tuesday, after a burnt body was found and the school managing committee president who had escaped from police custody, was apprehended.
Meanwhile, the family members alleged that the police misbehaved with them during the identification process
Reactions from various political parties and different sections of society galore the development with the Opposition gunning for the head of Minister of state for Home, Dibyashankar Mishra