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Mangaluru: Girl from Haliyal goes missing in Ullal: Human trafficking suspected

Mohan Kuthar
Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (SP)

Mangaluru, Mar 17: The relatives of a girl from Rayapattana in Haliyal, Uttara Kannada district, have approached Ullal police station here, seeking help for tracing the girl who has gone missing after coming to the city with the purpose of working in a fish mill located at Ullal.

Dondi Bai Chimanu Bajari (20), daughter of Babu Chimanu Bajari from Rayapattana in Haliyal taluk of Uttara Kannada district, who belongs to Siddi community, has disappeared, the complainants said. The lady had joined for duty at Kaico fish mill at Ullal about eight months back. Suneeta Dulu Bichchakale from Yallapur had brought Dondi Bai to the city and got her to join for work at the said fish mill.

Dondi Bai Chimanu Bajari


Dondi Bai was to visit her native place for celebrating Holi, an important festival for Siddis, which was celebrated on March 13. She however, neither came home for Holi, nor gave any reasons for remaining absent. Her family members called her over phone, but Dondi did not receive the call. Later, they called Suneeta, who was the one who bagged a job for Dondi, but she too failed to pick the call. The family members were overtaken by anxiety at this development, and thereafter filed complaint at Haliyal police station. At the advice of the police personnel there, they came here to lodge a missing complaint.

In the meanwhile, Dondi Bai, in a cellphone message sent to her brother, asked him not to make any efforts to trace her. This message added to the worries of Dondi's relatives, who came to Ullal in search of the missing young lady.

As Suneeta, who claimed to be an agent of Kaico fish mill and had hired Dondi Bai to work for the said concern, has not been receiving calls, the needle of suspicion has turned towards her. The close ones of Dondi strongly feel that disappearance of Dondi Bai is the handiwork of Suneeta. Manuel Siddi, a social worker working for the interests of Siddi community, has expressed the suspicion that Suneeta would have lured a number of women like Dondi from Uttara Kannada and other north Karnataka districts with the promise of jobs and sold them to gangs involved with human trafficking.

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  • ßryan, ßahrain

    Sun, Mar 19 2017

    Jossey, @least in the Lent season, please pray for this poor Girl, what would you do if this happen to your own kid. Think of her poor parents..

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  • Elangovan, Rameswaram

    Sat, Mar 18 2017

    What is Congress govt doing to safeguard poor women?? It is busy in welfare schemes that are corrupt and it has no time for these fragile people.

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  • felcy, mulki

    Fri, Mar 17 2017

    Heart breaking event.I only pray to God Almighty that the lost girl may join her beloved family as soon as possible.I have a great faith in St.Antony.May he help the parents to find their daughter.May he help the people to have conversion of heart and lead a sincere and moral life.Whatever need i have prayed specially the lost things and persons the Lord has helped to find through this saints intercession.Please let us all join and pray to God that the lost girl may come home safe.

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  • Rita, Germany

    Fri, Mar 17 2017

    Horrible developement.Looks very serious.when really it is human trafficing,catch the woman and thrash her (Agent)does These People have no heart?only Money in head?Let the social Service worker inform in that area to all Girls not to fall in such promises,away from home ,later in someones lap to suffer.It can be a help may be where Girl was working if any hints to other Girls gave?can someone follow her calls where they come from etc?Hope she can be trased and brought back safe.Or Girl herself went with some Person?Nowadays nowhere Girls are sure.

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  • Logical Indian, Kudla

    Fri, Mar 17 2017

    Sad to say @Fake Jossey have a such a thoughts towards a missing girl & to her family.. everything cannot be connected to so called "Politics"..!! Now don't utter your usual dialogue... Please read between the lines..!!

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Fri, Mar 17 2017

    Hum Kare Tho Chamatkar ...

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  • Rajesh, Udupi

    Fri, Mar 17 2017

    We have enough fekus who are happy calling someone else as feku.... they will never realize they themselves are bigger fekus.. or else how can anyone make fun when a girl is lost and the family is distraught... Just hoping that the girl escapes from the clothes of those thugs and returns home safely

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    Fri, Mar 17 2017

    Forgive that Feku Jossy ... you can understand his plight after the latest election results... XXL Burnol case ...

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Fri, Mar 17 2017

    I hope no one will say 'Ghar Wapasi' ...

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  • joe Gonsalves, Mangalore

    Fri, Mar 17 2017

    This is a very serious matter needing the immediate attention of the Police. With an efficient Superintendent of Police like Mr.Bhushan, it should be possible to trace Dondi Bai. If this is the handiwork of Sunitha it is very necessary that she is severely dealt with.

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  • Harish, Kadaba

    Fri, Mar 17 2017

    Total failure of state home dept, where is bindi brigade, intolerance brigade now

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