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Bangalore: Brave Girl Gets Police Pat for Helping to Catch Thief


Bangalore: Brave Girl Gets Police Pat for Helping to Catch Thief

Daijiworld Media Network - Bangalore

Bangalore, Apr 21: On Friday April 20 Bangalore police commissioner Jyothi Prakash Mirji honoured a woman for showing bravery when a thief entered her house and then handing him over to the police.

H S Jayashree who is in her mid-thirties, works for Kirloskar Bangalore and stays with her brothers at Nandini layout.

Last week when the brothers were away, she stayed alone at home as usual. At around 2 am, she noticed a thief entering her house by removing the tiles. But instead of getting scared, she assessed the situation, picked up a weapon and threatened to kill him if he got down! Simultaneously she called the nearest police station without the notice of the thief.

Perhaps, the thief knew very well that Jayashree would be staying alone that night and attempted to enter the house from the roof. But he definitely did not know the courage of the girl he was up against!

And to Jayashree's luck, police too reached the spot soon and arrested the thief red-handed.

"I have been brave right from childhood, never getting scared of such things. I get up early every day and leave for office by 5.30 am. I have saved police station's and other important numbers in my mobile, and that helped me to call the police instantly. The police too responded quickly and caught the thief before he could escape," said Jayashree.

Citing Jayashree's example, police commissioner Mirji has urged citizens to help police in catching such criminals.

Truly, Jayashree's bravery reminds one of 'Onake Obavva', the great woman of this land.

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  • Jayashree HM, Mandya (Live in ) Bangalore

    Wed, Mar 1 2017

    Thank you all.

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  • Dr Dhanajaya Bhatt, Udupi

    Tue, Apr 24 2012

    Good we need young people like thia to improove our country!

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  • C K DAYANANDA, MANGALURE

    Mon, Apr 23 2012

    I do not still have confidence in our Police force.

    The salary structure attracts only school outs and such type of people to the constable posts.

    Their primary interest is to earn bribe and not to protect the people.

    Unless this attitude changes and the force is modernised, the inefficiency continues.

    In spite of paying huge taxes, we do not have an efficients Police force.

    I visualise a Police force where any citizen in trouble anywhere in the country should get instant help and protection from the Police.

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  • Subhananda, Chitrapur,Mangalore

    Sun, Apr 22 2012

    We must be bold and brave...thanks to the girl and
    bangalore police also

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  • Kamal Taiyyeb, Mangalore

    Sun, Apr 22 2012

    Amazing confidence and presence of mind. I am impressed by her exemplary courage and timely action. She is a role model to our girls and women!

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  • Jawar D'Souza, M'lore/Doha

    Sun, Apr 22 2012

    It really need's a lot of courage to do such a thing. It is good to save all the emergency number's, also its good to have number's of immediate neighbour's so that they can rush to the spot in emergency. A little alertness and some basic training not to Panic will help.

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  • Narendra, Manipal

    Sun, Apr 22 2012

    Truly heart touching real story.... Keep it up jayshree. You realy shown Women Empowerment. Hats up....

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  • patrick dsouza, mangalore

    Sun, Apr 22 2012

    Really inspiring one, congrats Jayashree

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  • Lydia Lobo, Kadri

    Sun, Apr 22 2012

    I am proud of Jayashree. We want her to be a role model of young girls today. Be prepared to face the world from childhood.

    Great are parents and brothers of such girls than those who take services of the saffron brigade !

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  • Sachidanand Shetty, Mundkur/Dubai

    Sun, Apr 22 2012

    What a brave girl!!! The person who marry this girl will never play “Chori Chori Chupke Chupke”

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  • javed hashir, abu dhabi

    Sun, Apr 22 2012

    Really inspiring one, congrats Jayashree

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  • ISMAIL.K.PERINJE, PERINJE-YANBU/KSA

    Sat, Apr 21 2012

    J.P.Mirji saheb, why don't you extend an invitation her(MISS JAYASHREE) to join KARNATAKA POLICE?

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  • anirudha Kamath, Mangalore

    Sat, Apr 21 2012

    Dear editor, please highlight this kinds of news than the rape, murder, kidnap and other sensational news...these stories inspire us alot

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  • jayasheela Shetty, Bangalore

    Sat, Apr 21 2012

    One thing I learnt from this news piece..I must store all important emergency numbers in my mobile and dairy book. Very inspiring story. Thanks daijiworld.com website

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  • shankar, kundapur

    Sat, Apr 21 2012

    She is lucky that - this police came in time, other wise, too much bravery would have been in danger

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  • Richy Mendonca, Manglore/Abu Dhabi

    Sat, Apr 21 2012

    Congratulations Jayashree for your braveness. You are a very good example for all people and now they will try to save emmergency numbers in their mobile and support hand in hand to live a safe life. All the best.

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  • VAN , BAHRAIN

    Sat, Apr 21 2012

    Congrtulations MS. Jayashree... If we have 10's of jayashrees arround us we can fight any kind of evil spirit.... you are the role model for all teens... really you deserve the name "onake Obavva" .God bless our Jayashreee

    VAN, BRN

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  • Gerald, modankap-bantval

    Sat, Apr 21 2012

    THIS IS A CLASSIC EXAMPLE FOR EVERYONE !!!! MADAM JAYASHREE YOU ARE REALLY BRAVE GIRL AND YOU MUST JOIN THE POLICE FORCE !!!!.

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  • KGShenoy, Mangalore/Dubai

    Sat, Apr 21 2012

    Great Lady. Reminded me of Onake Obavva.

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  • Sathish, Chicago

    Sat, Apr 21 2012

    We need more such news and comments from readers

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  • ISMAIL.K.PERINJE, PERINJE-YANBU/KSA

    Sat, Apr 21 2012

    Truely, ONAKE OBAVVA,Miss Jayashre...Great fight and motivation to other folks.Presence of mind courage and Police department's 911 like service good ending.If public and Police corroborate then the crimes like these burglaries might be controlled. Hats off to Miss JAYASHREE..

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  • Shekar Moily Padebettu, Udipi/India

    Sat, Apr 21 2012

    Well done Ms.jayashree.Single handedly you have helped the police incatching the thief red handed.Examplary courage you have shown and shown to the world that nothing is impossible.You have done a commendable job by exhibiting your courage.You are more than Onake obavva.God bless you.

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  • Rakesh shetty, mangalore

    Sat, Apr 21 2012

    CONGRATS TO BANGALORE POLICE TEAM. THEY RESPONDED QUICKLY AND REACHED ON CORRECT TIME. JAI HO .

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  • geoffrey, hat hill

    Sat, Apr 21 2012

    Truly bold and beautiful!

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  • RAM, IPL

    Sat, Apr 21 2012

    Wow . I will salute her coz her courage, good work from the police,Good work dear pass this message to all
    Jai Shree Ram
    RAM

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  • Prasad, Mangalore/W.Africa

    Sat, Apr 21 2012

    Great courage, in time action...

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  • Mohandas Kapikad, Mangaluru

    Sat, Apr 21 2012

    This is a good example of good governance by State, with alert Police & educated citizen. Jai Hind !

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