Bhubaneswar: Fresh revelations are emerging in the case of Paralakhemundi Assistant Conservator of Forest (ACF) Saumya Ranjan Mohapatra’s mysterious death with each passing day as one more piece of handwritten note from his wife Bidyabharati Panda’s diary has surfaced, which apparently indicates that she wanted divorce from his husband.
In the note purportedly written by Bidyabharati, the woman has penned down her emotions seeking divorce from Saumya Ranjan desperately.
“Oh God, help me get divorce anyhow,” the note read.
She has also expressed her hatred for someone, seemingly Saumya Ranjan, in the note.
Earlier, another such note had come to fore, in which the woman has mentioned that she hated her husband.
“I had written it after knowing about his extramarital affair to express my sorrow. The note has no relevance with his death,” said Bidyabharati.
“I hate you the most in the world. I hate this man. Even hate combine my name with his. I spoiled my life for all my stupid decisions,” the note read.
Police have already seized the note written in a diary from the ACF’s residence in Paralakhemundi.
Saumya Ranjan was rescued in a half-charred state at his government quarters in Paralakhemundi on July 12. He succumbed to burn injuries while undergoing treatment at a private hospital in Cuttack on July 13.