Bhubaneswar: Even after the Orissa High Court quashed all the legal proceedings against Subhashree Panda alias Mili Dash, wife of top Mao leader Sabyasachi Panda in the Khurda lower court, her release from the jail seems not to be an easy task as Rayagada police on Friday took her in police remand in an another criminal case pending against her since 2003 in Gunupur.

According to sources, the Gunupur police this morning has taken Mrs.Panda in police remand as a case was pending against her in Gudari police station since 2003.

“She has been shifted to Rayagada jail from the Jharpada special jail in police custody,” sources said. A case was registered against her for organizing a naxal camp in Kutiguda forest under Gudari police station on January 15, 2003.

“On being informed we rushed to the spot where a Mao camp under the supervision of Mrs. Subhashree was going on. She, however, was able to flee the camp before the police reached the hide out. Now Mili has to face trial in the case,” said the police officer.Subsequently a case was registered against her along with 26 others in Gudari police station and since then she was absconding.

The High court on last Wednesday quashed proceedings against Mili, on grounds that the Government has not followed the rules in filing of charge-sheet against the accused with provisions of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA). This gave relief to Subhashree, who was arrested on the night of January 14, 2010.

In another such incident, top Mao leader Ghasi was also produced in Koraput Sub divisional judicial magistrate court today and was sent to jail again. He was involved in Semiliguda attack. Prior to this he was taken by Andhra Pradesh police in remand.