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‘Psycho lady’ killed Aditya Dash, alleges his father | Sambad English

Bhubaneswar: In a shocking twist in the sensational case of social worker and motivational speaker Aditya Dash’s death, his father today alleged that a woman had an one-sided love affair with his son and might have killed Aditya.

Describing the woman as a ‘psycho lady’, Aditya’s father said, “She used to blackmail my son and wanted to marry him. However, my son was never in a relationship with her.”

“We have already told the Crime Branch about the woman,” he added.

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Notably, 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.

Odisha DGP Abhay had directed the Crime Branch to investigate into the case, which was earlier probed by the Government Railway Police (GRP).

Aditya’s suspected marital discord and alleged mismanagement of funds in the NGO are under the scanner of the Crime Branch.

Also read- Aditya Dash’s Death Case: Wife Undergoes Polygraph Test In Odisha Capital.

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