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Assault victim Urwa ASI out of danger; 3 police teams formed to nab culprits

Assault victim Urwa ASI out of danger; 3 police teams formed to nab culprits

Mangalore Today News Network

Mangaluru, April 6, 2017 : Assistant sub-inspector of Urwa police station  Aithappa who was attacked by unknown miscreants while he was on duty near the Ladyhill Circle during the wee hours of April 5, Wednesday morning and is undergoing treatment at a hospital in the city, is said to be out of danger.


It is said the bike borne masked   assailants were following the SI who was on his bike and were not wearing helmets. It  is learnt the assailants who were two in number had attacked the ASI with an iron rod saying ’Adila.’

Three police teams have been formed to nab the attackers. Meanwhile, some sources said the attack on the SI was in retaliation to the lathi charge on the protesting PFI activists in front of the Police Commissioner’s Office on April 4, Tuesday.

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Rehman Abdulla, Mumbai Thu, April-6-2017, 5:44
A special team has to be formed and investigations is must.. never mislead the public by your media language.
Sharadha Malli, mangaluru Thu, April-6-2017, 5:17
The police have to be strict in patrolling , miscreants will be in police net soon
Madhavan Poojary, Kundapur Thu, April-6-2017, 5:07
We wish a speedy recovery of SI. . The accused have to be arrested soon
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