VHP, BD Condemn Insensitive Facebook Post

VHP, BD Condemn Insensitive Facebook Post on Trasi Mishap

Mangaluru: Vishwa Hindu Parishat district president Jagadish Shenava and Bajrang Dal district convener Bhujanga Kulal have condemned a derogatory comment posted in the Facebook in the wake of a road tragedy in Trasi in Kundapur taluk which claimed the lives of eight little students a few days ago.

They have stated that whichever faith the innocent children belonged to, it was a matter for the whole mankind to mourn. People of all religions have joined in the relief and rescue operation as also blood donation. All faiths have joined in consoling the bereaved families. At this juncture, posting an insensitive comment of that kind was highly condemnable, they have said.

They have urged the police the trace the culprit and take stringent action against him.


In the meantime, several complaints have been filed in different police stations against the person who has posted in the name of Shankar Prasad. There is a suspicion that it could be a fake account created by someone else.

However, the case has been reportedly taken up by the cyber cell and much time will not be wasted in tracking him down with the help of IP address and location-tracing software available.

1 Comment

  1. why the police is not probing the newspaper who circulated that image in his newspaper. Ask him where he got that piece of information. Catch hold of the guy from whose number that image was circulated. If action is not taken now then again such incidents will happen which will affect the communal harmony of Dakshina Kannada and Udupi.

    Can we all not live in peace for the betterment of the society.

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