Reported by Santosh Jagdev
Bhubaneswar, Feb 12:
Ethyl alcohol and a drug of Benzodiazepine group were found in the body of Kulamani Mishra, the distributor od Odisha films who was found dead inside his car at the parking lot of the Raaiway station here on February 2, Government Railway Police (GRP) said today.
“Ethyl alcohol and Benzodiazepine were found in the viscera test of the deceased done by the State Forensic Science Laboratory (SFSL), Bhubaneswar,” GRP inspector in charge (IIC) Soubhagya Kumar Swain said quoting from the report. “Further investigation is on in the case,” he added.
The body of Mishra was found in a sleeping condition on the rear seat of the car with the registration number OR 05 AC 1737 in the parking area of the railway station in a suspicious condition.
An identification card, a wallet and some cash was found in the pocket of the deceased.
Pradip Mohanty, an employees at the parking lot, had said on the day the body was found that the car driven by the deceased entered the parking lot at around 8 am.
The deceased was staying at Kaphla area of Reba Bagicha in Cuttack city with his wife and a son.
Ananda Chandra Mishra, the brother of the deceased had said; “My brother had left house early in the morning today informing his wife that he was leaving for the airport to receive some guests. From morning till afternoon 2 pm, our family tried to contact him on his mobile every few minutes but failed to reach him as he did not receive any of our calls. Then we searched every possible location like the airport, bus stands and finally traced my brother’s car from Bhubaneswar Railway station parking lot.”