Bhubaneswar: In a significant development in the probe into the death of social worker and motivational speaker ‘Manab Premi’ Aditya Dash, the forensic report regarding the examination of the alleged ‘suicide note’ confirmed that it was written by him, an official of the Government Railway Police (GRP) said.
“The handwriting of the note was similar to that of Aditya’s earlier handwritings,” said Pranabindu Acharya, ADG of Police, Railways.
Police had seized a hand-written diary of Aditya, in which it was mentioned on a page that no one was responsible for his death.
On the other hand, the GRP wrote to Facebook seeking details about the last post from the deceased’s account dated July 6. Incidentally, his last Facebook post was regarding a quote over death.
Aditya was found dead on the railway track near Lingaraj Temple Road station in the city on July 7. He had gotten married on June 9. He was running an old-age home at Sundarapara in the city and was involved in social service through an NGO namely ‘People For Seva’.
Post-mortem report had revealed that he died due to grievous injuries on his head. Aditya’s wife, family members and friends have already been questioned during the investigation by police.