Sullia: Facebook Friendship, Abduction of Young Woman – Married Man with Two Kids Arrested

Sullia: A young woman from Beltangady, who went missing from a working women’s hostel in Suratkal has been traced here.

Mohandas, of Merkaje in Amaramudnur village here, who works as a earth-moving equipment operator, got acquainted with the young woman through Facebook. Promising to marry her and assist her in pursuing higher education, he took her to the working women’s hostel in Suratkal.

A few days ago, she had gone missing from the hostel and a complaint was filed in the Suratkal police station. When the police tracked down her mobile phone calls, they were led to a working women’s hostel in Sullia. She was questioned and she revealed that Mohandas had taken her to several places.

Based on her information, Mohandas was arrested. It came to light that he was already married and had two children. He is already facing charges of obstructing the police while on duty and assaulting a person in 2013, according to the police.

The parents of the woman have alleged that Mohandas is involved in woman-trafficking.


  1. After Face Book romance now this Girl has to face her Parents and Society. It is pity that few girls never learn a lesson, then they complain about rape, and cheating. Ultimately poor Parents then blame the Boy.

  2. kaamaaturanaam na bhayam na lajja
    kaamathuranaam pahu bhi samaana

    As the samkruta shloka rightly says, human mind influenced by ‘kaama’ has no shame or no fear. This ‘mohana daasa’ was married with children but still decided to deceive and have fun with a young woman!! Oh well…he will have plenty of time in local police station to reflect on his actions!!

    • kaamaaturanaam na bhayam na lajja
      kaamathuranaam pahu bhi samaana

      Know what ya Rampa? In Yumreeka, if you recite those 2 lines in that the local shakha taught you when you were strutting around in Khakhi chaddis, those fellows might give you the equivalent of the Sahitya Akademi. 🙂

      What I think you should be asking your chaddi brothers to chant is:

      Om Sarveshaam Svastir-Bhavatu |
      Sarveshaam Shaantir-Bhavatu |
      Sarveshaam Purnnam-Bhavatu |
      Sarveshaam Manggalam-Bhavatu |
      Om Shaantih Shaantih Shaantih ||

      • Where did you copy it from? I know that you have no Samkrutam knowledge or exposure to samkrutam literature. Remember – you didn’t even know about Murudeshwara !! Either way, I am glad that you are making an effort to understand your own heritage even though it may make your masters upset!! smiles…

        • Either way, I am glad that you are making an effort to understand your own heritage even though it may make your masters upset!! smiles… – Rampu’ji

          Hahahaha! IF at all my alleged masters get “upset” with some morons lynching some poor man in UP, then they may go looking around for some brown-skinned ಬಕ್ರಾ to try and pound some ‘sense’ into him.

          And I pray that they don’t get their hands on you, dear. Sit at home. No more strutting around in your chaddis. You hear? 🙂

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