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Mangaluru : Immoral policing ; group tries to assault youth in mall

Mangaluru : Immoral policing ; group tries to assault youth in mall

Mangalore Today News Network

Mangaluru: Sep 8, 2015:  In a case of immoral policing reported from a mall at Hampankatta on September 8, Tuesday, a group made an attempt to assault a   youth  who was seen in the company of a young woman  from another community.

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t has been gathered that a young man of Kerala origin named Arjun  had come to the mall with two girls. If one of the girls belonged to the same community to which Arjun belonged, another girl was from a different community. A group of youth which spotted them, tried to assault Arjun. Soon after another group from another community too arrived there turning the situation tense.

The police who rushed to the spot managed to bring the situation under control. Arjun and the two girls were taken to the station. It has been gathered that all of them are students of a college in the city.
A case stands registered in Bunder Police station against the group which made an attempt to attack Arjun.

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Karthik kini, Mangalore Wed, September-9-2015, 12:55

If we have a friend who is from other community, is it wrong to move around with them? I cannot understand, if they misbehave i agree its wrong? But unnecessary interference is not needed in public place.

Nishanth, UAE Wed, September-9-2015, 12:49

Foolish people.Never fight in the name of religion. In the schools , colleges and working place we cannot take admission and appointments on the basis of community . of course when we study or work together we cannot make friends asking him/her to which community they belong to.

Farooq, Dubai Tue, September-8-2015, 11:40

Its the trend to upload the happenings in social media to make the situation worse. If they are so caring about the people of their community come forward to help those who are really in need. This is how you respect one another and not by assaulting and being a "HERO".

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