Wednesday, December 8, 2021

Case of death in Chhattisgarh: Traces of poison found in Amit Kumar Mishra’s report

Seraikela: A new revelation has come to light in the case of the death of 34-year-old Amit Kumar Mishra of Seraikela on June 21. Amit’s mother Manorama Mishra and elder sister Neetu Mishra have alleged that Amit, the only son of the house, was killed under a conspiracy. According to Amit’s maternal uncle, who is working as DSP police officer in Odisha, in the viscera report of the deceased it has come to light that ammonium phosphate poison was found in his body. Therefore, the¬†family has demanded a high-level CBI inquiry from the Jharkhand government and the Chhattisgarh government. Along with this, Amit’s killers have been requested to be hanged.

The body of Amit Kumar Mishra, working as a mechanical engineer in Prakash Industries, Chapa, Chhattisgarh since 2012, was found on June 22 in his company quarters. It was said to be a normal death by the local police administration after he died of heart choking effortlessly.

Late Amit was married in the month of March 2016 with Ranu Mishra in Bargarh, Odisha. He was working as a software engineer in IBM. They also have a 4-year-old daughter. Late Amit’s father Pukala Mishra, who was a respected teacher of Seraikela, passed away in the month of December 2019. After this, Amit came to his house in Seraikela on June 14, performing family responsibilities. After staying at Seraikela for 7 days, Amit returned to his workplace Chapa on 20th June. On June 21, after doing duty in the company, Amit had a phone conversation with his mother Manorama Mishra at around 10:00 pm. The next morning, when mother Manorama Mishra called and wanted to know about Amit’s in-laws’ exit, Amit’s phone got switched up. After which Amit’s elder sister Neetu Mishra informed about this to Amit’s neighbors and friends. And then Amit’s death was revealed. In this regard, a case of murder was registered by Amit’s wife Ranu Mishra in the local police station under deep conspiracy.

On July 4, a candle march was taken out by the residents of Seraikela to demand a high-level inquiry into Amit’s death. 

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