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Sullia: 19 year old youth goes missing, religious conversion suspected

Sullia: 19 year old youth goes missing, religious conversion suspected

Mangalore Today News Network

Sullia Sep 9, 2016: A youngster went missing from Paladka near Arambur ever since September 7. It is suspected that he has undergone religious conversion.

 goes missingSon of Janardhana Gowda, Deekshith (19) went missing from September 7, in the recent case Sathish Acharya (25) from Mandekolu having been converted in to Islam, for which protest had erupted in the village and also Deekshith also suspected for the same.

 It is said that, four months back Deekshith had travelled to Kozhikode for training in private institution. His family members suspected some changes after he returned from training. Janardhan Gowda raised question on his behavioural changes and saw Deekshit was in a pose resembling Namaz. Gowda was frustrated and slapped Deekshith, even after questioning Deekshith walked away from the house.

The family searched for him all over after long wait. Deekshith called from co-passengers cell and informed that he is searching for job and would return within a week. On next day he informed that he is in Chennai, but the family found that the cell phone he spoke was in Tirur, Kerala which turned in to suspicious.

Janardhana Gowda filed a complaint and investigation is on.

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Comments on this Article
Bhoomika Achar, Dubai Fri, September-9-2016, 6:11
We have to wait for the guy to express his opinion and take him for Brain Mapping . The truth will come out on its own.
Savitha B Ananth, Brahmavar Fri, September-9-2016, 6:01
Do not pull each others leg and invite problems. Don’t we have any solution for this.
Jasmine Vegas, Bangalore Fri, September-9-2016, 5:56
Communal Riots are the main reason for the hindrances of economic growth of DK . The people have to come out of their cheap mentality. We are in 21st century and still living with this type of thinking
Vivek Pinto, Padubidri Fri, September-9-2016, 5:49
Never fight in the name of religion. There are only two category ie: man and woman . Is there any difference in the colour of blood of different religion. Then Why are you’ll rising issue in the Name of Religion?
Adhi S Acharya, Goa Fri, September-9-2016, 5:44
Why were the people silent when the incident of the same had occurred? All these are to destroy the peace and harmony of the people and place. The people of other community misuse the freedom given to them in India
Mohandas, Kinnigoli Fri, September-9-2016, 5:40
If there is truth in his father’s words then its good he has walked away on his own.
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