After a mystery surrounding the recent deaths of two Russians, including a member of parliament, at a hotel in Orissa, state police are searching for another missing man, a self-proclaimed anti-Ukrainian war activist from the state. .
Russian parliamentarians were criticizing President Vladimir Putin, but a missing man who was staying in Puri was on the same page and had previously been in the Orissa capital with anti-war and anti-Putin slogans written on it. Witnessed to have a card.Financial assistance.
About a month ago, a man was seen at the Bhubaneswar train station holding a placard that read, “I am a Russian refugee, against war, against Putin, homeless, please help me.”
After the deaths of parliamentarian and businessman Pavel Antov and fellow traveler Vladimir Videnov at a hotel in the Rayagada district, a photo of a man holding the placard being clicked on by some passengers went viral.
Antov allegedly fell from the third floor of the hotel on 24 December, and Bidenov was found dead in his room on 22 December.
A GRP officer at Bhubaneswar station spoke with the man who had the poster about a month ago.
Having been informed by some commuters, I went up to him and asked about him. He was prowling the railway platform with a placard. I checked his passport and visa and found the paperwork to be fine, he said, GRP inspector Jayadev Biswajit.
He wasn’t fluent in English, so I couldn’t gather many details from him.
I was contacted by GRP. Puri SP Kanwar Vishal Singh said he provided immediate assistance.
Police are now looking for him.
Police had no reason to suspect wrongdoing in connection with his disappearance at that time because the Rayagada incident happened afterward, a senior railway police official told PTI.
Two dead Russians were cremated and CID is investigating their deaths.
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