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It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.

Raigad-21 / 04- (Dhaneshwar Raut) -The body of a sub-forest officer was recovered in the upper room of the Kalyansinghpur block forest office in Rayagada district and the cause of death is unknown.

At around 9am this morning, the forest ranger went to the government residence above the Subhas Shabar office and called the sub-district officer. Vhoi, 56, was found unconscious and lying on the bed, he was informed by Forest Officer Chandan Kumar Gamang again. Tahsildar informed Sudhakar Rait.

Upon hearing the news, all the officers reached the spot and broke down the door for 5 minutes and found the body of the forest officer Brajmohan Bhoi, 57, lying naked on the bed. He was pronounced dead at the scene, and was pronounced dead at the scene. He informed his family on behalf of the Forest Office.

District Forest Officer, Ranger Forest Officer ND Sharma, Deenbandhu Shabar, Police Officer and Magistrate as Tahsildar, Assistant Forest Conservator Prabhakar Senapati, Nityananda Nayak were present at the spot and are investigating the incident. After questioning by the police, the body was confiscated and a case number 4/20.6.22 was registered.

Asked by forest officer Bijay Kumar Parida about the matter, he said, “I have received the news that the police tehsildar has arrived. The incident will be known after the autopsy.” “She is OK. She has been out of work for a long time due to poor health. I heard he died today. Asked about his death, Brajmohan Bhoy’s brothers said he was in critical condition and was receiving medical treatment in Bhubaneswar. Would have gone to the village on vacation.
The deceased was identified as Bhalupia village of Karlamunda block in Kalahandi district. It is learned that the late Praful Nayak, a Range officer, died in Karnataka last year. “Everywhere you look today, the tide of protectionist sentiment is flowing.

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