Sambalpur: Intensifying probe into the death of Sambalpuri album actor Simran Singh, the Burla police have put up a ‘latka’ at the house of in-laws of the deceased located at Belpara in Balangir district.
The move of the police came after the in-laws of Simran didn’t appear before police despite being served with notice in this regard.
The police have also issued a notice asking a relative of Dhrubaraj Suna, Simran’s husband, to depose for questioning in connection with the case.
Worth mentioning, a murder case has been registered by the Burla police on the basis of an FIR lodged by Simran’s father. The husband of the deceased, who was arrested and currently lodged in jail, will be brought on remand and interrogated. Those who have been named in the FIR will be brought under the purview of the investigation, police sources had said.
Simran’s family members had alleged that she was murdered and suspected her husband Dhrubaraj Suna’s involvement in the killing. Suna and his family members allegedly tortured her mentally and physically. She had come back to her family in Jharsuguda on December 7 and staying with her family members since then.
On January 3, she was found dead under a bridge of Mahanadi river near Goira Matha under Burla police limits in Sambalpur.