Udupi: Robbery on knife-point in Manipal - One arrested


Daijiworld Media Network – Udupi (JD)

Udupi, Sep 27: “One person has been arrested in the recent extortion case which occurred in Manipal, Udupi area, in the early morning hours on September 19,” said Udupi superintendent of police (SP) Vishnuvardhan.

Addressing media, he said, “Early in the morning on September 19, two unidentified persons had threatened public and robbed some individuals in Manipal and Udupi. Four cases were registered within a day where the robberies where conducted in the same manner.”

A team of police personnel led by SP Vishnuvardhan and circle inspector Manjunath and Manipal sub-inspector Manjunath M Gowda identified Mohhamed Ashik as the offender and arrested him. The SP said, “Ashik is a resident of Mallar area at Kaup. He with his another friend used to threaten people on less populated roads and steal cash and other valuable from them. Another person is yet to be traced.

“One bike, screw driver, knife and stolen mobile phone and a stolen Bullet bike has been confiscated from Ashik. The bullet bike was stolen from RT Nagar under Bengaluru police station limits. Mohammed Ashik was the leader of ‘Team Garud’ which used to rob people and threaten the public.

“In another incident which took place in Mallar village of Kaup taluk, Mohammed Ashik with his four other friends had attempted to kill a person named Abdul Sattar. In the incident, the five offenders had injured the relatives of Abdul Sattar and even attempted to kill them. The gang included Mohammed Ashik (19), Mohammed Asif (30), Misva (22), Ijajz Ahmed (19), and Dawood Ibrahim (26). Except Ashik, the other four were arrested by Kaup police inspector at Udyavar junction. Two cars, knife, and talwar worth Rs 3,01,700 were confiscated. They were produced at court and are under judicial custody for 15 days.

“They had entered the house of Abdul Sattar with a motive to kill him over personal rivalry between them. But Abdul Sattar had escaped,” he said.

The investigation team was led by additional superintendent of police Kumar Chandra and Udupi police inspector Jai Shankar. The investigating team included Manjunath M Gowda, PSI Rajashekhar Vandali, ASI Shailesh, staff members Prasanna, Thoman, Razak, Salman, Adarsh, Sudeep and Udupi circle inspector Manjunath, ASI Gopalaksh, superintendent of police of the CDR, Shivananda, Dinesh and Nitin.

Speaking on tomorrow's bandh call by farmers on September 28 in Udupi, the SP said, “Proper security measures have been taken for Monday. From morning 6 am, every officer will be on the field. Two KSRP teams are arriving and six DAR teams are prepared. We are taking information from the organizers about the protest and rally. Holding protest and rally is not allowed as per norms. Forceful bandh is not allowed.”

 

 

 

 

  

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  • Jhanavi, Mangalore

    Mon, Sep 28 2020

    I see lot of comments here stating the robbery is due to unemployment, etc. etc.... Robbery was and is taking place in around around country .. its nothing new....

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  • KV Kamath, Mangalore

    Sun, Sep 27 2020

    Look at the age of all these misguided youths. Police need to apply more lubricants to the lathis before engaging them for inquiry.

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  • Albert, Mangalore

    Sun, Sep 27 2020

    Lot of comments on unemplyment, less jobs etc. Thus police must give them 'aeroplane job' . Police in pilot position providing' treatment' and these thieves as hostess, with their legs tied to top!

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  • Langoolacharya., Belman / Washington, DC.

    Sun, Sep 27 2020

    Wow...this is interesting....

    In my time there were Areophane's in ALL Police Stations....now perhaps they use more Scientific Policing instead of Avionics Policing....

    Cynthi, Do you know they have Rafale ( 3rd Generation French Fighter) or F-35 ( 5th Generation best in the world US Fighter) Aeroplane in your Mulky Police Station ???...

    ...Tak...Takk...

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  • Cynthia, Kirem

    Mon, Sep 28 2020

    Yes... Lan.. Sir, one Mr. Refelam brother of Anthu, staying in the area of Mulky police station..... He belongs to which generation I don't know...

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  • Rita, Germany

    Mon, Sep 28 2020

    Langoo Belman ,washington DC,why saab?If they see any Rafale,they will fly with it before you get up.You are asking who gave them training?such rowdies need no training.when they are not gone or not sent to school by parents,roadside robbery itself is a big school.Thatswhy I say Parents are more important in a childs life.Not all jobless ones do road side robbery,kill ,enter anyones house ,if they are have a bit of conscious.Will do any job to come up and survive except robbery.some work during day and learn at night .Maschet doesnt exist in a Godfearing mans hand..I really ask do such people pray five times a day as others?Atleast four or once?

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Sun, Sep 27 2020

    Very difficult to survive without job & high inflation.
    Why rob the common man who is already suffering ...

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  • Mohammed, India

    Sun, Sep 27 2020

    Must be ganja gang.. let them stay in jail for next 10-20 years

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  • SJM, Mangalore.

    Sun, Sep 27 2020

    Better to apply Saudi rule

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  • Rajesh D., Mangalore, Dubai.

    Sun, Sep 27 2020

    Do they apply for any Job in their lifetime ?

    Wanted to have a look on their CV , Curious to know what could be their education / training & work experience on CV.

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  • Ajay, Kinnigoli

    Sun, Sep 27 2020

    Rajesh what an awesome answer. Utaar diya uska nasha

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  • Abdul Shereef, Maikala

    Sun, Sep 27 2020

    That is why I insist on conventional education too for our children.

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  • Langoolacharya., Belman / Washington, DC.

    Sun, Sep 27 2020

    People,

    Mohammed Ashik is 19 year's old...who trained him in this ?....Who is 'Kallara Guru' here ??...Wow...

    ....Tak...Takk...

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  • Cynthia, Kirem

    Sun, Sep 27 2020

    Lan... Sir, for kallara gurus should not say woww.... They will feel happy. 😠

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  • Cynthia, Kirem

    Sun, Sep 27 2020

    Appreciate our police personnel for wearing masks appropriately and setting example to the public... Good work... God bless...

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  • Augustine Mathias, Belman / Washington, DC.

    Sun, Sep 27 2020

    Cynthi,

    If you have a Bike, keep it inside the house during the night ...So nobody can steal it.... KM ???...

    Instead of Bike...better use Horse...even if somebody steal it...it will come back by its own in the evening ( For Food !!!)....Like Pilotless Drone....

    ...Takk...Takk...

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  • Cynthia, Kirem

    Mon, Sep 28 2020

    August...., you know that "horse" reminds me one of the sayings, (said by your European colleague) that you quoted twice in this forum on different occasions .... Which goes like this... "You can take the horse to the river but you can't make it drink".... I am scared of horses 😆😆so don't want horse... I will go by ijjuchi boil gaadi... Zaith mu?

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