Civic Condolence Programme Held at Mangalore Airport


Civic Condolence Programme Held at Mangalore Airport
Pics by Dayananda Kukkaje
Daijiworld Media Network – Mangalore (SR/SB)


Mangalore, May 27: The district administration and airport authority jointly organized a civic condolence programme at the airport in Bajpe here on Thursday May 27.

District in-charge minister Krishna J Palemar lighted the lamp in the presence of inspector general of police (western range) Gopal B Hosur, police commissioner Seemanth Kumar Singh and Air India regional director Krishnan, who paid homage to the deceased victims of May 22 air crash on behalf of the gathering. 


































Addressing reporters, Palemar said that in all 158 lives were lost and that Chief Minister B S Yedurappa has announced Rs 2 lac as a relief fund to aid crash victims’ families

Police department paid respect to the victims through guard of honour. Two minutes of silent praye too was observed by the gathering. 

Priests from different religions comprising Hindu, Christian, Jain, Muslim and Sikh, respectively prayed for the repose of the departed soul. The flower bouquets and wreath too were placed as a mark of respect to the deceased..

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  • Langoolacharya, Belman/USA

    Sat, May 29 2010

    Folks,

    Could anybody please enlighten me why these police officers carry these "Sticks" with them, in public functions?

    Is it "represents" police powers of police state??

    Hope it is not to scare people and make our republic look like "banana republic!

    Jai Hoooooooooooo

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  • Ibrahim, Kanhangad

    Sat, May 29 2010

    Nothing is in our hand. Accident happens unexpectedly. But in this case we cannot console like that. The Airport Authority is fully responsible for this cause. Since years all passengers were complaining about the unsafe infrastrcute of teh Mangalore airport. Not because the Airport building. Other facilities of the airport, like the location where the runway cannot be modified in compliance with the
    advanced technology of the new version of Aircrafts, dangerous approach roads to the airport etc.
    The concerend authorities neglected all those pleading by the passengers. The authority should feel shame on comparing the Calicut Airport which even not completed 10 years.

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  • Sandesh, Mangalore, Oman

    Fri, May 28 2010

    Condolence programme from all different religions together good. But why every now and then anouncement of Rs 2 lacs by Yedeyurappa, as if families of those who lost their kins sent them to die this unfortunate death and waiting for that money.

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  • Basil, Mangalore/Bombay

    Fri, May 28 2010

    Atleast in future let us not fight and devide Mangaloreans on basis of religion.We are one irrespective of our different religions/languages.This way we can pay homage to the departed souls.GOD bless all and may the depated souls rest in peace.

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  • Kuljinder Singh Ahluwalia, Punjab - Mumbai

    Fri, May 28 2010

    Heartfelt sympathies to all the families who are suffering with the pain of loss of their dear & near ones and may the souls of those who have departed rest in eternal peace. Thanks for District administration and Airport authority for jointly organizing condolence programme to console all families irrespective of caste, creed and religion. Let us accept that anything could happen anytime as written in our destiny and stop blaming each other. Salute for fellow Mangaloreans for their excellent team work.

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  • hassanmukha, mangalore/ks

    Thu, May 27 2010

    If every body really serious about this meeting here for condolence for the air cash victims,then please show love for the living also.Dont spread communal hatred ,roits and kill innocent people.This is our humble request.

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  • hassanmukha, mangalore/ks

    Thu, May 27 2010

    If every body really serious about this meeting here for condolence for the air cash victims,then please show love for the living also.Dont spread communal hatred ,roits and kill innocent people.This is our humble request.

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  • Sam, Mangalore

    Thu, May 27 2010

    May God bless them all, it is good see in Mangalore all religion and region peoples are gathered together, we have to change ourself, coz death it does'nt have any region and religion for example AI Crash

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  • STALIN MISQUITH, BAHRAIN

    Thu, May 27 2010

    RISK IS THERE EVERYWHERE AND WE ARE CONSTANTLY CHASED BY DEATH. HUMAN ERROR OR TECHNICAL FAULT...NOBODY CAN CHANGE WHAT HAPPEMNED. LET'S WORK TOWARDS MAKING SURE THIS DOEN'T HAPPEN AGAIN.

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  • adshenoy, mangloor

    Thu, May 27 2010


    This is very appropriate to express sorrow and a civic society can do at this time of tragedy. Great work people of mangalore.

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