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Gram rozgar sevak missing since 2014 elections


BERHAMPUR: Over 5 years were elapsed since a gram rojagar sevak (GRS) went lacking in Kandhamal district. She went lacking all the way through last polls in 2014.
Mamata Nayak, 29, GRS of Kusumendi gram panchayat in Chakapada block, went to attend election accountability within the last elections from her area at Phulbani on April 9, 2014. She did not go back house after completion of the polls, her members of the family alleged.

Prabhasini Nayak, mom of lacking lady, had lodged an FIR at Phulbani Town police station on April 15, 2014, when the members of the family failed to track her after looking at other puts.

Alleging that police did not show passion to search her daughter, the 55-year-old widow on Monday sat on dharan in entrance of the collectorate, difficult steps to track out her daughter. Her members of the family submitted a memorandum to the Election Commission, New Delhi, thru district collector.


"We had approached senior police officers and district collector to trace my daughter. I suspect they are not taking the matter seriously," alleged Mamata's mom. She had additionally met Lopamudra Boxipatra, the then chairperson, state commision for girls all the way through her discuss with to Phulbani. "I am very much worried about the fate of my daughter," the mother stated.


"Now the case is being investigated by the Crime Branch," stated inspector in-charge, Phulbani Town police station, Satyabrat Rout. The Crime Branch took up the case in 2015.


Police stated they took the subject severely after registering a lacking case. "We had formed a squad headed by an additional superintendent of police and had raided several places to trace her. One Pinaki Bhusana Sahu, one of her close associates, who had talked to her frequently over mobile phone before she went missing, was arrested," stated a police officer. "We have also conducted polygraph (lie-detection) test of three suspected persons and informed different police stations about the missing GRS," he stated. "Since we could not make any breakthrough in the incident, we appealed to the CB to take over the investigation," stated a police officer.




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