Reported by Santosh Jagdev
Bhubaneswar, Jul 23:
After failing to get any circumstantial evidence following a polygraph (lie detector) test done on two suspects for their alleged involvement in the mysterious death of Naliniprava Das, a well-known social activist of Odisha, Commissionerate Police has planned to go for a psychoanalysis test of four close associates of the deceased.
Talking to OST, Twin City Commissioner of Police Dr RP Sharma said; “Though the case is sensitive and there is lack of substantial evidence that could lead to the suspects or even prove that it was a case of murder, we have planned to go for a psychoanalysis test on four close aides of the deceased.”
“For this process we will have to write an approval notice to the CBI headquarters in New Delhi asking for an expert to conduct the test,” said the Commissioner.
Psychoanalysis test was earlier conducted on security guard Rashmi in the Bachansudha murder case in Sabarsahi under Mancheswar police limits, he added.
The police had conducted polygraph test on auto-rickshaw driver Kalindi Sethi (28) alias Muna, who used to ferry Naliniprava around the city and her nephew Brundaban Barik at State Forensic Science laboratory (SFSL) in the city on June 5.
It may be recalled that the decomposed body of the activist was found inside her house near the Aerodrome area under Airfield police limits on May 23.