According to his roommates, they were asleep when he left the room late at night. Later, his friends and other hostel mates spotted his dead body lying in a pool of blood early Sunday morning.
The entire incident has been caught in the CCTV camera installed inside the office. The involvement of locals behind the robbery is suspected. However, there has been no official confirmation in this regard.
The NGT held a hearing of the case on January 25. The Sundargarh Collector, the Rourkela Municipal Corporation, the Odisha State Pollution Control Board, the secretary of the Forest, Environment and Climate Change Department, and the Central Pollution Control Board have been made parties/respondents in the case.
In Ayodhya, Rohit has been moving about the streets holding the photograph of his missing father Manoj Bebarta to get clues about his whereabouts. He has also filed a missing complaint at the police station.
Rourkela SP Mitrabhanu Satpathy said, “The accused usually make fake applications and lure people into investing in various shares by promising high returns. They made an India SEBI App through which they received investments from various parts of the country and even abroad. About 210 cases are pending against the gang in different states.”
Acting on a tip-off about the bird smuggling, forest officials raided an area in Rourkela and on the borders of Jharkhand on Tuesday. They seized a large number of parrots which were being smuggled into other states for sale.
If reports are to be believed, a huge cash of Rs 250 crore has been seized by the team along with 3 kg gold. However, the I-T team refused to divulge any specific information in this regard.
Two members of a five-member expert team visited the Rourkela Government Hospital (RGH) and held discussions with senior doctors and other staff of the hospital about the reasons for the spread of cholera.
A man, suspected to be affected with Cholera, died while undergoing treatment at a private hospital, taking the death toll as per the unofficial sources to 15 on Friday.
Maoist posters and banners were also put up at the blast site. As per reports, more than 20 trains were held at different stations due to the violence by the ultras.
The deceased was identified as Sabitri Giri, a resident of Madhusudanpali. Sandhya Giri, daughter of the deceased said that her mother was admitted to the RGH on Sunday, but succumbed today.
As per reports, as many as 13 people have died in Rourkela due to the recent Cholera outbreak with more than 1400 infected with the dreaded disease. Three patients have died at the Rourkela Government Hospital, three at other hospitals and one patient at his home.
The accused have been identified as Abhiraj Soni and Ayush Raj Prasad from Rourkela.
A woman in Rourkela alleged that the water being released by Watco is completely contaminated and the company is apathetic towards the issue and playing with the lives of the people. Muddy and dirty water is coming through the pipes.
Speaking to OTV about the current diarrhoea situation in the steel city, Mohapatra said, “The situation in Rourkela is under control. In fact, there have been declining trends in diarrhoea cases in some areas. Different hospitals including the RGH and IGH are very active.