Mangaluru: Stone Pelting on Mosque at Bajilakeri – Four Arrested

Mangaluru: In connection with the stone pelting on a mosque in Bajilakeri, the Bunder police have arrested four youth here, on November 13.

The arrested have been identified as Nitin Shetty (21), Sushanth (19), Gurukiran (18), from Bhavanti Street and Manju (24) from Bajilakeri.

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According to eyewitnesses, four youth arrived in a Scorpio bearing number KA 19 Z 5180, pelted stones on the mosque and fled from the spot. The Bunder police led by Shantharam along with his team immediately got into action and within a couple of hours of the crime, succeeded in nabbing the culprits in Bhavanti Street.

All the four have been arrested and the Bunder police are investigating the case. A non-bailable case has been registered against them, they will be produced before the court on November 14.

1 Comment

  1. Dear readers,

    Putting behind the recent memory of the 2008 church attacks, the operation Kamala which blossomed for the very first time in Karnataka has withered into the mud.

    The elevation of Modi and BJP to power in center has emboldened the saffron fanatics. Mangalore which shortlisted as the only city in Karnataka for ‘smart city’ is day in day out getting famous worldwide for wrong reasons.

    Once known for friendly,hospitality education hub is slowly turning to be Nagpur of Karnataka.Surprising this is also called intelligence peoples distinct whose minds are deeply divided beyond any repair.

    The leniency of police department is one of the single biggest cause for communal violence in this twin district.Where is BJP MP Nalin Kumar?Why he is not helping the district administration to curb the violence?Why is leading the protest with the saffron fanatics who are hell bent disturbing the peace?

    Let Almighty show the right path to those stone pelters.

    Jai Hind

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