Odisha ACP requests media not to spread wrong news about son’s death


Bhubaneswar: Odisha ACP Sanjiv Satpathy on Monday requested media not to spread wrong news about his son Ayushman’s death, who died on Friday.

In a letter to the media, Satpathy said, “This is a humble request to all the print and electronics media friends not to spread wrong news about my son Ayushman. My son was a brilliant student and was very affectionate too and above all, he loved his parents and only sister very much.”

Explaining about the reason behind the death of his son, the ACP said, “Ayushman was a good tennis player who as usual had been to the tennis court day before yesterday accompanied by his mother who was in the court from 3 pm till 6 pm and after taking his evening snacks went to evening tuition from 7 pm to 9 pm where after completing the tuition played football and came to house at 10 pm.”

He further said, “Ayushman was in the habit of playing pranks with all his family members and day before yesterday also when my wife asked him not to play with my pet dog Honey as it was already 12.30 am, this upset him and to show his mother his anger so that she won’t abuse Honey in future he was showing off by putting a jean pant on his neck and accidentally he fell inside the clutches which my son had wanted that time.”

“So, I sincerely request and beg you all that don’t term the death of my son as suicide. Neither it was due to the impact of video game nor anything else as circulated by some media. Please don’t make unnecessary comments and absurd presumption of my son’s death. Again let me tell you my son has died in an accident. So I hope you understand the condition of me and my family members. We are all broken losing my most handsome son and your wrong news has hurt us more than that. I sincerely request you all to help me and stop spreading wrong news,” he said further in the letter.  

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