The court of the additional district and sessions judge, Kantabanji observed that the accused had earlier fled the police custody and may escape again if released on bail.
The Speaker declared the Odisha Assembly adjourned sine die following pandemonium in the House which continued for the ninth consecutive working day, effectively washing away all the remaining 17 working days.
As per police sources, so far police have recorded statements of 10 witnesses under Sec 164 of CrPC. Of the 10 witnesses, it was learnt that there were 2 Bengali-speaking youths, though the Bolangir police are yet to confirm the same and their links to the case.
“We want justice and arrest of all the accused involved in the case. Death penalty should be awarded to the Gobinda Sahu," said Mamita’s father after meeting OSCW Chairperson Minati Behera.
A delegation of BJP moved the rights body and alleged though the family members of the deceased had made repeated claims that the minister has frequently visited the school and stayed there, the police have not brought him under the purview of investigation so far.