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Two from Assam arrested in Theft Case

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Two from Assam arrested in Theft Case

Mangaluru: The Kankanady Town police have arrested two persons in connection with the theft case from Kankanady Railway station here on February 6.

The arrested have been identified as Ranjan Kalita (22), and Shivashankar Das alias Ashok Kabeer (23), both from Assam.

According to the police, on 25 December 2016, both the accused had stolen 4 laptops, 5 I-pads, 1 camera, 1 watch, laptop mouse, and charger all worth Rs 2,87,500 from Mangalore Hills Internet City Private Limited Shaktinagar. In this connection, a case was registered and the investigation was on.

On February 6, the accused Rajani Kalita and Shivashankar were going to their native place Assam with the stolen items and were waiting for the train at the Kankanady Railway station. The Kankanady police got into action and arrested both Rajani and Shivashanker and recovered all the above mentioned from their possession.

The accused were presented before the court and sent to judicial custody.

The operation was carried out under direction on Police commissioner Chandra Sekhar, DCP L&O Shantharaju and DCP Crime and Traffic Dr Sanjeev Patil under the able guidance of ACP Shruti, the operation was carried out by police inspector of Kankanady Town station Ravi Naik, PSI Shanker Patali, ASI Gilbert, Vinod, Madan, Santhosh, Raghuveer, Satish, and Nitesh.

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  1. The police and the local people in Karnataka’s Bangalore, Mangalore, and Udupi must be very vigilant today on the poor men, women, and children who migrate from poor parts of North Karnataka, UP, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, and Kerala.

    Statistics and the nuisance witnessed reveal that due to economical difficulties and lack of jobs or trade, these people migrate in large numbers to the Dubai of Karnataka, i.e. Bangalore, Mangalore, and Udupi, where due to scarcity of people and unskilled and as well as skilled labour, they can demand Rs.500 to Rs.800.- per 8 hours. Then there are plenty of liquor outlets poisoning these people and their families with cheap liquor sold lose in pegs, more than often leading to many drunkards laying on the pavements, women with small babies syndicate begging in Udupi and Manipal, and children begging at bus stands, prostitution, robbery, and even murder – as even their women and children are drunkards and vagabonds.

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