Mamita Meher case: Police to take Govind Sahu on remand for further probe

Balangir: The Bangomunda JMFC court today allowed the Balangir police to take Govind Sahu, prime accused in the sensational Mamita Meher murder case, on remand for five days.

Earlier in the day, the accused was produced before the court while the police sought remand of Sahu for further investigation. During the remand period, the cops are likely to question Sahu on the possible involvement of others in the crime.

Revealing further details on findings of the investigation into Mamita Meher murder case, DIG (Northern Range) Deepak Kumar today informed that the deceased teacher was aware of two extra-marital affairs of main accused Govind Sahu and she had warned him to bring his illicit affairs to the fore.

At a presser, the senior cop informed that since the 24-year-old teacher of Sunshine Model School, Mahaling in Kalahandi district had threatened Sahu, who was the president of the School Management Committee (SMC), to expose him, the latter was holding a grudge against her. To take revenge, he decided to eliminate her.

“After strangling her to death inside his car on October 8, Sahu took the body to the under-construction stadium of the school for disposal. The accused burnt the body with the help of cardboard and tyre before burying it. The next morning, he closed the pit,” said the DIG.

After obtaining evidences, nine teams conducted raids at various places to nab the accused. Besides, driver of the vehicle used in the crime has been detained and investigation is underway to know the extent of his involvement in the crime, he informed.

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