Woman Fakes Husband Death in Odisha Accident to Get Money: Gitanjali Datta said that her husband, Bijay Datta, had died in the train accident on June 2, and she even claimed to have found his body. A woman said her husband died in the terrible train crash in Odisha last week, in which nearly 300 people died, so she could get compensation from the central and state governments. Her husband has now filed a police complaint against her, and she has gone into hiding.
Woman Fakes Husband Death in Odisha Accident to Get Money
A woman who said her husband died in a terrible train accident in Odisha last week, in which almost 300 people died, to get benefits from the national and state governments is now hiding after her husband filed a police case against her.
She could have made a total of $17 lakh, which was split between the offices of chief minister Naveen Patnaik ($5 lakh), prime minister Narendra Modi ($2 lakh), and the trains ministry ($10 lakh).
Gitanjali Datta from the Cuttack area of Odisha said that her husband Bijay Datta had died in the train accident on June 2, and she even tried to figure out which body belonged to him.
After looking at the proof, it was found that what she said was not true. Bijay Datta wants his wife to get a harsh sentence because she tried to steal money from the government and faked his death. The police officer in charge of the Maniabanda Station, where the three-way train accident happened and where the first report was made, sent the spouse to the Bahanaga Station in the Balasore district of the state.
Husband Demands Action
Bijay Datta, the woman’s husband, wants his wife to be punished harshly for trying to get public money by faking his death. Datta wanted about 17 lakh in pay, of which 10 lakh has been promised by the Railway Ministry, 5 lahks by the state government, and 2 lakh by the office of the Prime Minister.
Coromandel Express Resumes Services
After the terrible train crash in Odisha, the Coromandel Express started running again on Wednesday. Chief Public Relations Officer of Railways Aditya Kumar Chaudhary told ANI that the Coromandel Express is ready to start running again on Wednesday.
The Odisha train accident is being looked into by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). The basic investigation showed that the electronic interlocking system had been messed with on purpose. The signaling mistake that made the Coromandel Express’s driver switch from the main line to the loop line was called into question.
Gitanjali Datta faked her husband’s death in Odisha to get benefits from the national and state governments, but her husband has now filed a police complaint against her. Bijay Datta wants his wife to be punished harshly for trying to steal money from the government and fake her death.
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