Twist to social worker’s death in Odisha Capital

Bhubaneswar: Motivational Speaker and Social Worker Aditya Dash, who was found dead on railway track in Bhubaneswar few days back, reportedly wanted to build a house for his old-age home.

In four pages of his hand-written diary seized by the police today, Aditya reportedly asked the office bearers of ‘People for Seva’, to purchase land and build a house for his old-age home. Notably, Aditya had set up the ‘People for Seva’ NGO and was actively involved in social services.

To ensure that the office bearers of ‘People for Seva’ do not face any difficulties in managing affairs of the NGO, he also gave details of his email id and password.

No one is responsible for his death, Dash reportedly wrote in the diary pages.

Also, he asked youths of the country not to challenge the government. Otherwise their lives will be difficult.

In one of the pages of the diary with date mentioned as July 6, 2020, he wrote his soul will rest in peace if consumption of liquor in Odisha will be banned.

Aditya was found dead on the railway track near Lingaraj Temple Road station in Bhubaneswar yesterday.

Meanwhile, the office bearers of ‘People for Seva’ lodged a complaint at GRP police station in Bhubaneswar.

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