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Mangaluru: Bajrangdal activist goes suspiciously missing from police custody

Mangaluru: Bajrangdal activist goes suspiciously missing from police custody


Mangalore Today News Network

Mangaluru, Nov 19, 2016 :  Tulasidas (30) of  Kolambe, an active Bajrangdal activist from Ullal  area  who was taken into custody  in connection with the case of assault on two youngsters at Manjanady recently, is now  reported missing.


Bajrangdal The family members of Tulasidas are reportedly planning to file a habeas corpus writ in a court in Bantwal.

It has been gathered that Tulasidas was wanted in connection  with several cases  including  using force to thwart cattle trafficking and also obstructing the tour of Mudipu college students some time back.

It is believed that  the Manjanady incident wherein Sameer and Nawaz were assaulted was in retaliation to the  recent assault on RSS activist Rammohan.

The police who had released Tulasidas after they had first taken him into custody  in the Manjanady case, later again  took him to custody late night. Since then he has not returned home and his mobile too is switched off.

The family of Tulasidas has lodged a complaint with Konaje Police.


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Tamanna Sheikh, Mangaluru Fri, November-18-2016, 11:57
They are tying to create problem in the region but it is not triggering. So the people are trying to do what all nakras.
Shruthi Kiran, Suratkal Fri, November-18-2016, 11:52
Bajarang Dal activists goes missing from custody, this will surely create a problem as well as provoke some kind of problem
Rehman Ali, Konaje Fri, November-18-2016, 11:43
The political influence most of the times disturbs the minds of the people. If he has gone missing from custody question them who has taken him for interrogation
Arjun Rai, Moodabelle Fri, November-18-2016, 11:38
This is something tricky, if the police has taken him to custody and then gone missing . The responsibility lies with the police department.
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