Paralakhemundi: Another handwritten note of Bidyabharati Panda, the wife of deceased Paralakhemundi assistant conservator of forest (ACF) Soumya Ranjan Mohapatra, surfaced Thursday morning which shows that she wanted a divorce from her husband.
According to an official of the investigating team, police have already seized the notes which were written in a personal diary and kept in the ACF’s government residence in Paralakhemundi town of Gajapati district.
In the handwritten note, allegedly written by Bidyabharati herself, she has mentioned that she wanted a divorce from her husband. She has also expressed her hatred for the deceased ACF in the note. “Oh God, help me get divorce anyhow,” the hand-written note read.
It is pertinent to mention, one more note had surfaced Wednesday, in which Bidyabharati has mentioned that she hated her husband.
“I hate you (Soumya) the most in the world. I hate this man. Even hate to combine my name with his. I spoiled my life for all my stupid decisions,” the note previously written by Bidyabharati stated.
On the other hand, Bidyabharati has already clarified Wednesday that the note had nothing to do with Soumya’s death saying, “I had written it after knowing about his extramarital affair in order to express my sorrow. The letter has no relevance with his death.”
As a probe is still underway, the police team investigating the alleged murder case is yet to arrive at any conclusion. However, the recent revelation has made the case murkier.