While talking to reporters, Mishra said that everybody knows what happened to Gobinda Sahu, the prime accused in the sensational Mamita Meher murder case, inside jail.
During interrogation, Ashirbad told the police that he had orchestrated the ransom plot to divert the police investigation.
The deceased, identified as Asutosh Mohapatra, had left home in Khamarsahi in the afternoon of January 23, but never returned. Later in the evening, the family, received a ransom call from an unknown number demanding Rs 5 lakh.
Though the body was charred beyond recognition, the family members identified her from the clothes lying nearby.
The accused woman, identified as Mili, orchestrated the murder of her husband Manorajan Mohapatra with the help of her cousin brother and his associate.
As per sources, the body was stuffed in a blue trolley bag just about 10 metre into the forest from the road. It was suspected that the man was murdered by some miscreants and the body was packed in the trolley bag in the forest to hide the crime.
As per reports, Rajashree, in the handwritten letter, held two persons responsible for her death, including a coach and a former official of the Odisha Cricket Association (OCA).
The decaesed had been in a relationship with a girl of Duanpali village despite opposition from both the families. It is also discussed in the locality that they had attempted to end their lives a few months ago.
The exact reason of her death will be known after the arrival of post-mortem reports and proper investigation, stated Joda IIC.
Shankarshan and Sasmita were colleagues during their college days and were in a relationship.
Singh had applied for leave some days ago. On the ground of ill health, he had got his leaves sanctioned as well. They had a quarrel over leave on Sunday morning.
The accused were later nabbed by the police after verification of the CCTV footage. As per police, both the accused are natives of Odisha’s Ganjam and one of them is a minor.
As per senior police officials, the deceased Hiten Swain was murdered by seven persons following a dispute with one of the accused over chit fund money.
Poonawala appeared before the court through video-conferencing and said he wished to withdraw the bail application which was filed before the court on December 15.
The police have recovered 18 pieces of the victim's body from different places.