Karnataka

Mangaluru: Car intercepted, cattle trafficking detected - accused flee


Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (SP)

Mangaluru, Jun 17: The police, during their checking near Arkula in the taluk, found that a cow was being transported by car. The incident happened on Friday June 16 morning.

Sub-inspector of the rural police station here, Venkatesh, along with some other personnel, stopped the car at the checkpost at Arkula around 4 am on Friday. During the checking, it was found that the vehicle was used for carrying a cow.

Immediately after the car was stopped, three persons seated in the front seat got down and fled. The police found that the car belongs to Muhammed Mustafa, resident of Shantigudde, Bajpe here. It was also found that the cow being transported was stolen. The police confiscated items worth Rs 4.25 lac including the car and cattle.

A case stands registered at the rural police station against the three accused who gave the policemen a slip and the owner of the car, Muhammed Mustafa.

Comment on this article

  • Rita, Germany

    Tue, Jun 20 2017

    Police made a big mistake.Instead of looking first in carrier,should have put hand cuffs to the people and later inquired about their load.SO they could not run .Police should be given better training.

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  • Alwyn Crasta, Mangaluru/Bengaluru

    Mon, Jun 19 2017

    Police should be given powers to once & for all, put an end to this 'cow trafficking menace' , which is ruining the peace between different communities.

    Permission to the police force to 'Shoot at sight' or 'Encounter', would be the most effective solution, in the present circumstances. Merely resorting to arrests of cow traffickers and jailing them (till they get released on bail and resume their 'business') would definitely be a suitable remedy.

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  • John Miller, Mangalore

    Sat, Jun 17 2017

    Arrest the culprits and cut off thier legs to stop the stealing cattles.

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