This Time Graffiti by Miscreants on Wall of Old Police Outpost near District Court
Mangaluru: When the City police have intensified the probe into the pro-terror graffiti case, where miscreants had painted graffiti on the wall of an apartment complex on Kadri Kambla road two days ago, it is now learnt that miscreants have struck again late last night, where they have painted graffiti on the old police outpost near District Court in the City. Police on Sunday, 29 November morning noticed the graffiti and quickly scrapped it off. Sources reveal that the graffiti read ‘Gustakh e Rasool Ki Ek Hi Saza, Sar Tan Say Juda’ (Only One Punishment For Offending The Prophet – Severing Head From Body) in Urdu language and English script. Police are investigating this issue.
In relation to the earlier graffiti on the Wall of an apartment complex, police sources said no arrests have been made so far. Soon after the incident came to light on Friday, City Police Commissioner Vikash Kumar constituted three teams, which are now probing various angles of the case. It is learnt that a dedicated technical team is checking all CCTV footage available in and around the place where the incident took place and from across the City for leads on the miscreants. It is suspected that the accused may have used spray paint for the graffiti and fled the spot. (Ref: VHP, Bajrang Dal Protest against Graffiti on Wall by Miscreants Supporting Terrorist Outfits)
(‘Don’t force us to invite Lashkar-e-Taiba, Taliban to deal with Sanghis’: Graffiti in Mangaluru) The graffiti on an apartment wall near Kadri read: Do not force us to invite Lashkari-Taiba and Taliban to deal with Sanghis and Manuvadis #LashkariZindabad. The graffiti was removed soon after it was brought to police notice. On Saturday, 28 November, Youth INTUC members had protested near the Mini Vidhana Soudha in the City and demanded immediate arrest of the accused. Former MLC Ivan D’Souza questioned the police on the delay in the investigation despite having sufficient CCTV footage. “The miscreants have made pro-terror graffiti in the heart of the City. The incident highlights the total failure of police intelligence. There is no room for terror organisations in the country,” he said.