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SIT begins investigation into kidnap, execute of teen girl in Odisha; Congress, BJP meet victim’s fogeys

Bhubaneswar: The Particular Investigation Team of workers (SIT) has intensified its probe into the kidnapping and subsequent execute of a minor girl in Odisha’s Nayagarh, officers acknowledged.

The girl’s fogeys had named Babuli Nayak, a loyalist of Odisha’s agriculture minister Arun Kumar Sahoo, because the principle accused and lodged a complaint in opposition to his title.

Sahoo has been accused of shielding Nayak, as no arrests safe but been made in the case because it came to light on 24 November, after her fogeys attempted a self-immolation in front of the meeting in Bhubaneswar.

SIT chief Arun Botha, who has himself interrogated Nayak, acknowledged on Saturday, “Give me no longer lower than a fortnight. We began the investigation into the incident four-5 days support.”

The personnel participants moreover searched the home of Nayak and his driver in negate to confirm their involvement in the crime, the officers acknowledged.

The 5-year-faded girl had long past lacking on 14 July and her skeletal stays were demonstrate in the yard of her home at Jadupur village of Nayagarh district on 23 July.

Meanwhile, a high-level delegation of the relate unit of Congress visited the minor’s native village and met her fogeys.

“We inquire of corporal punishment for the culprits alive to on the crime. We moreover hope that the little girl’s family will derive justice from the probe being done by the SIT,” acknowledged Odisha Congress in-price A Chella Kumar.

A separate personnel led by BJP nationwide spokesperson Sambit Patra moreover met her fogeys on the village.

“We safe three demands. One a CBI probe into the incident, the 2nd is dismissal of the agriculture minister, who gave protection to the principle accused in the case and justice for the girl’s family,” acknowledged Patra.

The ruling BJD, nonetheless, has denounced the Opposition occasions’ accusations, declaring that they were attempting to politicise the matter.

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