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Udupi: Spring Zouk at St Mary's Island, Malpe – Enquiry on Mar 28, 29


Daijiworld Media Network – Udupi (PS)
 
Udupi, Mar 27:
An enquiry into the much debated international level musical fest, Spring Zouk (highlighted to be a 'rave party' by the local media) which took place at St Mary’s Island, Malpe, here will be held on March 28 and 29. Mysore division regional commissioner will make the enquiry.
 
The enquiry will be made on the basis of allegations of vulgarity, leveled against the international music fest which was jointly organized by state tourism and the district administration held between February 3 and 5.
 
Spot inspection will be held on Wednesday March 28 at 11 am. Enquiry will also be made at the DC’s hall on March 29 at 11 am.
 
An announcement made by the Mysore division regional commissioner stated that anyone with information regarding the event can personally appear during the enquiry and may give written or oral statement.

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  • Golden, Mangalore

    Tue, Mar 27 2012

    Final Report:

    Spring Zouk is conducted purely with Indian tradition and culture.

    No evidence supporting so called "RAVE PARTY" by media with opposition political parties, or use of Drugs or obsence\valgur activities are found.

    HENCE A CLEAN CHIT WILL BE GIVEN.

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