Police Book Cases against 3 for Abusing 2 Nursing Students near Kadri Park
Mangaluru: The Mangaluru East police have arrested two persons and booked a minor boy for alleged assault and abuse of two nursing students outside Kadri Park on Friday morning (January 19). The police gave the names of the arrested youth as Nithin and Harsha, both aged 18. The police have booked a case against a 17-year-old minor boy, whose name is not revealed.
The police said that B.Sc. Nursing student 20-year-old Anjana of a City nursing college came to Kadri Park with her friend and fellow student Akhil, who was studying at a different nursing college. The three accused persons waylaid the two and asked for their identities. Akhil was assaulted, while Anjana was abused. The accused took photos and videos of the nursing students. The Mangaluru East police rushed to the spot and rescued the two students.
Based on the student complaint, the police registered a case against the accused for offences punishable under Sections 341, 504, 509, 354(b) and 354(d) of the Indian Penal Code. The three accused persons waylaid the two nursing students in the park and asked for their identities. They took photos and videos of them
OWNER OF A COMMERCIAL COMPLEX ARRESTED FOR WRONGFUL RESTRAINT:
The Mangaluru South police booked Aslam, the owner of a commercial complex near Cascia Junction in Jeppu, for alleged wrongful restraint of four occupants of the complex on Thursday, January 18 night. The police said one Mahmood Saud has a Home Decor showroom on the first floor of the Shama complex owned by Aslam. Around 8:30 p.m., Saud and his three employees Kajol, Nisham and Sawad finished their work. When they came down, Aslam pulled down the shutter and wrongfully confined the four persons inside the building.
Following a call to Dial 112, the police rushed to the spot to open the gate. Following a complaint by Saud, the police booked Aslam for offences punishable under Sections 341 and 504 of the Indian Penal Code. Notice has been issued to Aslam to appear before the investigation officer for questioning, the police said.