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A clash over meeting of girls of different communities near Suratkal: 5 injured

A clash over meeting of girls of different communities near Suratkal: 5 injured


Mangalore Today News Network

Mangaluru, Oct 20, 2015: At least five persons were injured following clashes between members of two communities at Chitrapur near Suratkal on October 18  over the issue of girls belonging to different communities meeting each other.


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clash over meeting of girls of different

 

clash over meeting of girls of different


Sources revealed that two girls belonging to one  particular community used to often visit a shop at Chitrapur where three of their female friends  used to work.  However,  this was objected by locals on the grounds that the girls even used to talk to the shop owner who belonged to another community.

It is said on October 19, Monday evening too the girls had visited the shop when objections were again raised. Very soon arguments and counter arguments resulted in a clash  in which five persons sustained injuries.

The Suratkal police who rushed to the spot managed to bring the situation under control.

 Two of the injured namely Bharath  and Pushparaj have been admitted to a private hospital in Suratkal while three others  namely Samshuddin, Altaf and Ajmal are undergoing treatment at a hospital in Mangaluru.

Former MLA of Suratkal and former minister Krishna Palemar met the injured Bharath and Pushparaj un the hospital.

Investigations are underway.


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Comments on this Article
Rajath, Udupi Tue, October-20-2015, 2:13

Unnecessary interference is the reason for the rivals.

Neetha, Davengere Tue, October-20-2015, 1:58

The rival between the communities has become a problem in South Canara. Its because the police are not very strict. The police should be unbiased in our judgement.

Reshma, bangalore Tue, October-20-2015, 1:38

The clash between communities is increasing in Mangalore. Why?Is the Government not strict in patrolling, the person involved in such must get as stern punishment others must fear to get into such.

Jayaprakash, Mangalore Tue, October-20-2015, 12:31

This is cheap mentality and for no reason creating problem. Is anyone born with a Bible , Quran or BhagavathGita in his or her hands. It is we who give a religion.

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