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Mangalore: Another Journalist Arrested in Home Stay Incident


Mangalore: Another Journalist Arrested in Home Stay Incident

Daijiworld Media Network - Mangalore (PS)

Mangalore, Jan 2: Even as journalist Naveen Soorinje continues to be in custody in connection with the infamous attack on a home stay at Padil, the police on Wednesday January 2 took another journalist into custody.

The arrested is Sharan, a cameraman with a Kannada news channel.

He was arrested by Kankanady rural police led by Ravish Naik from his office in Pandeshwar.

The police also arrested Santosh, resident of Shaktinagar, another accused in the case.

Sources said that Santosh is also an accused in a murder case.

Sharan and Santosh were produced before the district magistrate the same evening and remanded in judicial custody.

Sharan's arrest comes almost two months Kankanady police arrested Naveen Soorinje, who was taken into custody on November 7, 2012 in a flash operation. Since then, he has been repeatedly denied bail, including by the high court.

On July 28, 2012, activists allegedly belonging to HJV attacked boys and girls who were celebrating a birthday at Morning Mist home stay at Padil.

 

 

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  • Mohandas Kapikad, Mangaluru

    Thu, Jan 3 2013

    Essell, this is the matter of role of Media Reporter in the Homestay event, & matter raised by you can be discussed in other platforms. Media Reporters should concentrate more on positive or creative aspect than crime news in the interest of society. Crime News highlighted over & over again 24 X 7, will live wrong message to society. This would be nothing but a part of Yellow Journalism.
    Instead Reporters can concentrate subjects as creativity by youths, achievemnts by students, role model of some positive works,etc.

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  • Stany D'sa, Mangalore/Dubai

    Thu, Jan 3 2013

    The journalists may get lighter punishment for their negligence of duty and over acting in home stay incident. But the attackers should be given rigorous punishment at least for 10 years.

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  • essell, mangalore

    Thu, Jan 3 2013

    Mr Mohandas kindly find out the psychology of the men who rape kids, babies and old women. you might find more reasons to add to the one you mentioned, let us teach our sons, brothers to respect women.

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  • essell, mangalore

    Thu, Jan 3 2013

    Mr Shetty, you should watch the vedeo if you haven't for which our reporters are punished by the people who have your mindset. If your Social groups HJV people are there why rape cases increasing in our country? Every 20 minutes a woman is raped in our country. If possible please study the mindset of people why they rape babies, kids, old people.

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  • Valerian DSouza, Udupi/Mumbai

    Thu, Jan 3 2013

    If the journalist is at wrong side of law, legal action is fine!
    As he knew the incident is going to take place !
    But who is main organizer of attacks to take law in his hands?
    Had he also forewarned about the incident to Police ?
    All the Attackers didn't come to the venue, at a time by default!
    Here 4 parties are there:
    1. Party Makers
    2. Attackers
    3. Mediamen
    4. police

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  • frank, udupi

    Thu, Jan 3 2013

    Great Job ..police put all illiterate and supporters behind bars.Good lesson...

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  • KRPrabhu, Kudla/Bangalore

    Thu, Jan 3 2013

    The event of gay party at Morning mist at Padil, Mangalore and later twisted by vested interests like unsrupulous politicians,so many vedikes,Jaago Mangalore etc.,is unfoldong now and back firing them. Those vedikes,politiciains,vested interets protesting Navin Soorinje's arrest should inytensify their efforts now including the latest names of arrested fellow newsmen to their list.Jobless will again find job in Mangalore!!!

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  • jeevan , mangalore

    Thu, Jan 3 2013

    ifthikhar, Mangalore / KSA

    You mean to say Taliban rule required to eradicate social evils ????

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  • Sachidanand Shetty, Mundkur/Dubai

    Thu, Jan 3 2013

    When we defend “Justice for all” policy, then even concerned Journalist who photographed the incidents just for propaganda or publicity should not be spared too. When someone ignites fire to cause damage we should try to stop them instead of photographing for publicity. So, Ravish Naik doing his duty and great job to bring all the culprits under Justice. No one should be spared including perpetrators, illegal business Owner, Photographers, etc, etc

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  • Mohandas Kapikad, Mangaluru

    Thu, Jan 3 2013

    When HJV activists acted on such illegal & immoral parties, many here went in hue & cry. Extreme Alcholoism , drugs, wine & women are some causes for such attrocities against Women. Media too is equally responsible for such incidents with increased tendency to give Flash news, Break News, Live coverage, etc. The reporter with insinct to gain publicity for himself & his media went to catch live coverage, than informing the Police. Just saying that they had reported to Police is nothing but effort to shift blame on Police. Had Media reporters informed Police authorities properly & timely, the incident would have been avoided. Reporters here are on par with Assaulters & definetly be brought to justice.

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  • vincy, bangkok

    Thu, Jan 3 2013

    Dear Rakesh Shetty,All you say is 'HATS OFF TO SOCIAL GROUP AND HJV. THEY DID GREAT JOB. SAVED ALL GIRLS FROM RAPE'. Here nobody understand your logic,why the 28 people are not granted bail then. The police feel that they are insulted and they showed it again by a new arrest, but what you feel then?.

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  • ifthikhar, Mangalore / KSA

    Thu, Jan 3 2013

    INDIA NEED STRONG BJP GOVT ALL OVER INDIA for this type of atrocities.

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  • S.M. Nawaz Kukkikatte, udupi

    Thu, Jan 3 2013

    Dinesh Poojary, Kundapura/Bengaluru.

    Think with sense all episode of Home Stay Incident. How BJP protect their sanghpariwar members and how they fixing others in this case.

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  • Rakesh shetty, mangalore

    Thu, Jan 3 2013

    HATS OFF TO SOCIAL GROUP AND HJV. THEY DID GREAT JOB. SAVED ALL GIRLS FROM RAPE.

    I DONT UNDERSTAND THE LOGIC OF PUBLIC. THEY ARE PROTESTING AGAINST THIS.

    THIS IS THE REASON NOW RAPE CASES ARE HAPPENING IN DELHI AND EVERYWHERE.

    INDIA NEED STRONG BJP GOVT ALL OVER INDIA TO SAVE LIKE THIS CRIME. EVERY INDIA MUST FOLLOW INDIAN CULTURE. JAI HO INDIA.

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  • essell, mangalore

    Thu, Jan 3 2013

    If the journalists and cameramen are in the jail, all crimes can be kept secret. All concerned authorities really worried about the reveal of this incident.

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  • Bulsam, Mangalore

    Thu, Jan 3 2013

    According to August 2011 Daiji news:
    The assault on the young boys and girls by alleged Hindu Jana Jagarana Vedike (HJV) activists has received wide and intense criticism from people in India and abroad.
    Strangely, instead of finding fault with the perpetrators of the Morning Mist Home Stay attack, Manjula alleged in her report that the boys were under the influence of drugs, and that the police let them off easily without subjecting them to medical tests.
    Surprisingly, nowhere in the report was HJV's name mentioned!
    Why the authority is not taking action against Karnataka state Women's Commission chief Manjula for one-sided and highly biased investigation. Does she deserve the post of Karnataka state Women's Commission chief?

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  • francis pinto, Mangalore

    Thu, Jan 3 2013

    wonderful work done by police.
    Director Naveen Soorinje and Camera man Sharn was arrested but anybudy have guts to arrest Producer.....?

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  • mahendra shetty, mumbai,Mangalore

    Thu, Jan 3 2013

    PERINJE SAAB YOU ARE BLAMING KESARI...WHAT ABOUT DELHI AND ITS KAI? MORE THAN 1000 RAPES IN A YEAR? WHY YOUR SHEILA AND MANA MOHANA IS NOT ACTING? DELHI GOVT AND ITS POLICE BLAMING EACH OTHER AND PROTESTERS FACE LAATHI CHARGE, AND YOU WILL CALL THIS IS THE DEMOCRACY? REGARDING ARREST OF JOURNALISTS POLICE DID GOOD JOB...FOR TRPS THEY WILL GO FOR ANY LEVEL.....

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  • Jaimini P.B., Manipal,Sharjah

    Wed, Jan 2 2013

    I am against Mr.Moun Mohan Singh's Mouna Vrata on rape cases and corruption issues.At the state level,BJP is playing game in Karnataka. It has seized the rights of Journalists. BJP is using GUBBI MELE BRAHMASTRA!! Pls remember,one day Gubbi will become RANA HADDU !

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  • sudhir, mangalore

    Wed, Jan 2 2013

    first arrest padil home stay owner becuse without license he has runned illegal home saty in padil....why no one is talking abt this.....even he is also culprit.....go arrrest him

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  • Langoolacharya., Belman/Washington,DC.

    Wed, Jan 2 2013

    People,

    Naveen Soorinje is a Crook,,,but I wont put him behind bars for what he has done...

    Same applies to second guy Sharan...

    This will do more harm to ruling party than good in long run...

    Jai Hoooooooooooooooooooooooooo

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  • Santhosh, Udupi

    Wed, Jan 2 2013

    Since NAVEEN SOORINJE & Other Journalists were concerned about their TRP......it's ALL TIME HIGH now as you guys lodged in Jail.

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  • Dinesh Poojary, Kundapura/Bengaluru

    Wed, Jan 2 2013

    When NAVIN SOORINJE arrested, all congi agents started firing gun at BJP Govt saying instead of arresting real culprits police arrested innocent journalist. After HC's decision of rejecting his bail plea, these congi agents had to shut their mouth and took U turn.

    I wonder why Ismail Perinje is silent now. He is the one who made MAXIMUM ANALYSIS after Soorinje's arrest.

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  • jeevan, mangalore

    Wed, Jan 2 2013

    Good work of Police.
    Take action whoever it may be involved or hatched the conspiracy. Atlast homestay culture must be banned.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mangalore/Mapusa/Mumbai

    Wed, Jan 2 2013

    All Home Stay Incident Journalists should be given life imprisonment for publishing fake news about our HONEST BJP PARTY WORKERS.......

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  • Kumar, Kinnigoli

    Wed, Jan 2 2013

    SOMEBODY IS PLAYING WITH LAW.

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

    Wed, Jan 2 2013

    BJP want media persons who are cribbing against govt of it's shortcomings and weakness to be in the jail.Govt and media are two faces of the same coin as far as democracy concerned.But BJP govt thinks otherwise.Action of Karnataka govt is totally unacceptable and anti- constitutional.The world watched Kesari parivar's atrocities against hapless women in the HOME STAY ATTACK and hereafter no media man cover live atrocities against women or society by criminals.This revenge mentality of the govt will not deter the fourth estate of the DEMOCRACY.

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