BJP’s Sambit Patra seeks NCPCR’s intervention in inquiry into Odisha minor girl murder case

Bhubaneswar: BJP National Spokesperson Sambit Patra has shot off a letter to National Commission For Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) seeking its intervention in inquiry into the alleged kidnap and death of a five-year-old girl of Jadupur village in Nayagarh district.

Patra urged the NCPCR Chairperson to direct a spot enquiry by an independent squad of panel and for setting up of a fact-finding team of Commission to enquiry into the heinous crime. He also requested the Commission to issue summons to the Nayagarh SP and Collector to show cause the delay in the investigation.

Highlighting  the alleged murder case,  the saffron party leader alleged that the state police did not take any action when the the poor and hapless parents of the minor child went to them after the minor went missing while playing near her house on July 14.

“After 10 days, remains of her chopped body parts, which were stacked in a gunny bag, were found in the backyard of her house. Murder of the five-year-old happened due to lackadaisical attitude on the parts of the state police in investigation into the kidnapping case,” Patra alleged.

Quoting reports of regional media, he further said, “One Babuli Nayak, who has the support of the local MLA of the ruling party, has committed such a barbaric act. The parent of the minor child are also pointing fingers at Babuli Nayak, who is allegedly involved in trading of organs. This being the case, surprisingly, no action have been taken by the state police against them.”

Further, as the Local MLA is involved, there is a likelihood of tampering and destruction of evidences, Patra stressed seeking its intervention in the investigation.

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