Mangaluru: Now, miscreants deface wall of court premises with another graffiti


Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (DV)

Mangaluru, Nov 29: In yet another incident of its kind, miscreants again defaced a wall in the city with provocative graffiti, this time at the court premises.

On the morning of Sunday November 29, graffiti was found scribbled on the wall of an old police outpost on the court premises. It is learnt that the graffiti was written earlier, but came to light on Sunday morning.

The graffiti read 'Gustak e Rasool ki ek hi saza, sar tan say juda' (only one punishment for offending Prophet - severing head from body) in Urdu language and English script.


On receiving information, police rushed to the spot and wiped off the graffiti. 

According to police commissioner Vikash Kumar, the graffiti may have been written around the same time the first one appeared, but came to notice later.

A case has been registered a case against unknown persons under the Public Disfigurement Act for creating enmity between communities and defacing public property.

It may be recalled that on Friday November 27, graffiti in support of terrorist organisations was found on the wall of an apartment in Bejai. The police had taken prompt action in wiping it away. The incident sparked much furore, with local political leaders across party lines demanding strong action against the culprits. 

 

 

  

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  • Ravi, Mangalore

    Sun, Nov 29 2020

    We need road side cameras on Buildings important places for the so called smart city of Mangalore. These Mischief Mongers could be tracked easily , Nalinji any of help from your MP funds to make the city safe?

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  • Anthony, Mangalore

    Sun, Nov 29 2020

    This is done by spray paint canister. The writer seem to be having artistic skill.Investigating police should visit every place in the city where they sell such canisters and find out who have bought these things in the past few days.They will probably get some clue.

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  • Sadiq, Mangalore

    Sun, Nov 29 2020

    First need to clean sweep of terrorism inside the country rather than pointing outside of the country.

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  • Mohammed, India

    Sun, Nov 29 2020

    After arresting the real culprit, please dont call him mentally ill..

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  • H. Almeida., Bendur/Andheri

    Sun, Nov 29 2020

    Remember vividly, watching the horrific carnage, in Mangaluru city.... being telecast on National news, in Mumbai, last December... Hope n sincerely pray, that the police will preempt n neutralize, any such devious plots, to create another diabolic carnage, in my beloved hometown... Kudla !!!!

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  • S. R. Hegde, Bendoor Well/Mangalore

    Sun, Nov 29 2020

    I am not at all surprised. This is how it all begins .The next would e destruction of public property in a similar fashion . Its a step by step process.

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  • KS Mayya, Mangalore/Bangalore

    Sun, Nov 29 2020

    Clearly cowards who do not have the guts to speak about their tainted minds in public.

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  • Rudolf Rodrigues, Mumbai

    Sun, Nov 29 2020

    Terrorists will never give advance warnings, this seems to be the handiwork of miscreants to heighten communal tensions!

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  • Shan, Udupi

    Sun, Nov 29 2020

    Sufficient cc cameras and electrically checking is not there. How they can make mangalore as smart city?

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  • H. Almeida., Bendur/Andheri

    Sun, Nov 29 2020

    This is certainly a well planned conspiracy, to intimidate, create fear, in the highly polarized regions, of Coastal Karnataka... Can any sensible human being, forget the diabolic carnage, unleashed in December last year ???? The recent horrendous communal vandalism, in Bangaluru metropolis, should be a grim reminder, of the enormous destructive capabilities, these antinationals have, to annihilate the social fabric of our nation....

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  • Anusha, Mangaluru

    Sun, Nov 29 2020

    If the police department gets the persons involved in this ,must punish severely.These are equal to terrorists .
    Unnecessarily Creating a kind of tense in the minds of people.

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  • Anand, Surathkal

    Sun, Nov 29 2020

    Nip in the bud. Very urgent.

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  • Arman, Dubai

    Sun, Nov 29 2020

    The election is nearing...

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  • Moshu, Mangaluru

    Sun, Nov 29 2020

    lapses in the ability of police force and intelligence in the city is unfortunate.

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  • Veer, Nagpur

    Sun, Nov 29 2020

    This is similar to cow thieves and cow vigilantes both are same. Here too the miscreants and protestors are same. If it was real terrorists then they would write in Urdu because they do not know any other language besides Urdu and protestors do not know Urdu..

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  • Sam, Bengaluru

    Sun, Nov 29 2020

    You sir are the root of the problem. Rather than acknowledging there is a problem you just put the blame on somewhere else.

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  • Shiva, Mangalore

    Sun, Nov 29 2020

    Ya ..its same like you calling yourself as "Veer" Place "Nagpur"

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  • H. Almeida., Bendur/Andheri

    Sun, Nov 29 2020

    Dude, Stop being a protagonist, for the Islamist radicals !!! Are you not aware, that Osama bin laden, was a qualified civil engineer ??? The masterminds of terrorist organizations, are highly qualified and motivated... They brain wash illiterates, as foot soldiers, to carry out their nefarious, diabolic activities !!!

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