Mangaluru: Coastal security boat catches fire at Tannirbavi


Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (DV)

Mangaluru, Dec 4: A coastal security police boat, anchored near police quarters, caught fire at Tannirbhavi beach here on Thursday December 4 evening.

Sources said that the boat was used for patrolling the beach from 8 am to 2 pm. On Thursday, It left the Tannirbavi jetty at 8.15 am and returned at 2.30 pm.

After patrolling, the boat was brought ashore and anchored near the police quarters. The boat then caught fire.

Fishermen tried to douse the fire but were unable to do so.

Nearly 85 percent of the boat was charred. The loss incurred is not yet known.

The reason of the fire is said to be short circuit.

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  • H.Almeida., Bendur/Andheri

    Fri, Dec 5 2014

    Strange indeed !!! Newly inaugurated, coastal security boat catches fire,was it deliberately sabotaged?, a lot of dangerous activities is happening on our coast line,it is a well known fact that smugglers use the easy sea route to infiltrate contraband, arms & explosives in the country,reminds me of terrorists landing in Mumbai & creating mayhem in the city,i hope the Indian Coast Guard & Intelligence agencies diffuse the potential dangerous crisis.Dude,it is plain STUPIDITY, to ask our home minister to resign !! you must be aware, that many times states work contradictorily against each other, purely because of their political affiliation. example: West Bengal,Mamta Banerjee desperately protecting infiltrators & terrorists from Bangla Desh.Congress ruled Karnataka is no different.Our national integrity & security should never be compromised for the sake of political gains.

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  • yogesh, bombay

    Fri, Dec 5 2014

    How can they protect public if they are going on fire like this? Recently purchased with lot of fanfare and function by gov

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Fri, Dec 5 2014

    HOW CAN A STATIONARY BOAT DEVELOP SHORT CIRCUIT AND CATCH FIRE.
    RAJNATH SING SHOULD TAKE MORAL RESPONSIBILITY AND QUIT ...

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  • Raj Rai, Udupi

    Fri, Dec 5 2014

    Do not take it lightly. It might be foul play to divert attention. Someone is Trying smuggle or sneek inside. People, open their eyes only when something big bad thing happen like 26/11.....

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  • m hussain, mangalore

    Thu, Dec 4 2014

    mere hi ghar ke chirag ne qud jala diya mera ashiyana

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  • amit, mangalore

    Thu, Dec 4 2014

    I would request you to kindly refrain from assigning the reason for every fire breaking out anywhere as "short circuit" :) few days back a bus caught fire and the cause was "short circuit". Now a boat catches fire and again the same reason..

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  • Rajesh Shetty, Mlore shj

    Thu, Dec 4 2014

    This is coastal security boat. After all boat reserved for the security of our coasts from.. no need if any cbi investigations or arrest of anyone or compensating anyone no protest no doubts of foul play, because this will not bring any blind votes to govt. So we can forget this and continue with other sadakchaap politics.

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  • Vellano1, Mumbai

    Thu, Dec 4 2014

    you mean no need to arrest any sanghis??!! :D

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