Odisha CM moves for fast track trial in court at Mamita Meher case
Odisha CM moves for fast track trial in court at Mamita Meher case

Bhubaneswar: Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik broke his silence on Friday on the Mamita Meher case, saying that the state government is entirely committed to ensuring the victim's justice.

The CM saud in a press statement, "Mamita Meher's death was a tragic and awful event, and we are all heartbroken and saddened by this heinous act. She was a bright and youthful Odisha daughter with a great future. Her death was a tragic and unrecoverable loss. My heart breaks for the victim's family." My government will make certain that no stone is left unturned in bringing the perpetrators of the atrocity to justice in the quickest period feasible, he said. "In the Mamita Meher murder case, we will ask the competent court for a fast track trial so that the criminals are brought to justice as soon as possible," the CM added.

Odisha investigators found a partially burned body of a 24-year-old school teacher in a dug-up grave near a sports stadium in Kalahandi on October 8.

Meher, who worked as a teacher in the Mahalinga part of the district and lived in Turikela tehsil in the Balangir district, had gone missing in early October. Former District Judge ABS Naidu has been appointed by the Orissa High Court to oversee the probe into the murder of Mamita Meher.

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