Mangalore: All Religion Condolence Meet to Mourn Crash Victims’ Held


Mangalore: All Religion Condolence Meet to Mourn Crash Victims’ Held

Pics: Dayanand Kukkaje
Daijiworld Media Network – Mangalore (SB)

Mangalore, May 30: The plane crash at Bajpe airport on May 22 last has sent all local citizens alike into sadness. Let us hope such tragedy may not repeat itself, said Palemar seer Sri Vidyadeeshateertha Swamiji.

He was speaking at the condolence meet organized here at the Bunts Hostel on Saturday May 28 to pay tribute to the crash victims. “Life is precious and when we lose our dear ones it is irreplaceable feeling. I only pray that god gives strength to the kith and kins of the victims to bear the loss gracefully, added seer.

Fr Denis Moras of Mangalore diocese said that death is inevitable and it is wise to live life filled with harmony, peace and brotherhood.

Mangalore kazi Al-haj Twaka Ahmed Musliyar said that time is the ultimate decider and everything comes to a naught against time. The world is changing at a fast pace and people no longer can have faith on what’s in store from life, he observed.

Speaking at the meet, Udupi MP D V Sadananda Gowda expressed his deep condolence to the victims of the crash and termed the incident as the most of unfortunate in recent times. He assured that earnest efforts will be made to extend runway and also strengthen security arrangements at the airposrt.

Mangalore MP Nalin Kumar Kateel assured that all the people’s representatives will unitedly pressurize the state and central government to expedite and adequately provide compensation and relief to the victims’ families.

On the occasion, a memorandum demanding single window system wherein all the facilities with regard to relief and compensation are available at a place to aid the victims’ families from outside the region was submitted to the Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa was submitted through Mangalore MLA U T Khader.

MLAs N Yogish Bhat, Abhaychandra jain, MLC Capt Ganesh Karnik, Sikh religious leader Gyani Balraj Singh Yakshagana artiste and politician Kumble Sunder Rao among others were present.

Committee convenor Ajith Kumar Rai Malady delivered the introductory address. Dakshina Kannada Kannada Sahitya Parishat president Pradeep Kumar Kalkura read out the memorandum. Congress district vice-pressident Ivan D’Souza proposed the vote of thanks.    

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  • shahnawaz kukkikatte, dubai/udipi

    Mon, May 31 2010

    Joshi/Muscat,

    I can see from your venomous comments as usual, you dont refrain from criticising my single comment. You are a religious biased hardcore fundamenatalist as your name suggests. Keep the advice to yourself and henceforth neither I seek or need advice from you nor I do require a certification of my secular credentials. Keep this venomous and devisive philosophy to yourself and you cant sell this to me and my thinking and ideologies are much above yours.

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  • Joshi, Muscat

    Mon, May 31 2010

    Shanawaz, these politicians and clergies at least show their sympathy when the tragedy occurs. Why dont you stop your religious sermon at least on these tragic occasions and live upto your so called secular trumpet?

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  • A.S.Mathew, U.S.A.

    Mon, May 31 2010

    Death will not discriminate people
    based on their religion or
    politics.

    In tragedies, we jump into the
    fire to rescue the burning person,
    there we don't discriminate a
    person based on his/her religion
    or politics.

    We all got together to shed tears
    after a catastropic event. See
    the picture: people of all faith have
    joined hand in hand to share the
    deep sorrow. May God heal our
    divisions through this painful
    lesson of life absorbed in tears.

    "Night brings out stars as sorrows
    shows us truths". Philip James
    Bailey.


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  • Muhammad, Mangalore

    Mon, May 31 2010

    Patrick, Mangalore. I feel u r right!!

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  • anilshetty, mangalore

    Mon, May 31 2010

    This tamasha and publicity was not required. Each of us know the pain of losing a dear one. No amount of condolence, no amount of candles will help. Tomorrow, all is forgotten. Time is the only healer. Religious heads should not have fallen for this bait. Politicians are best advised to do their duty sincerely and not to make capital out of tragedies. We have seen enough of all this in the past.

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  • Patrick, Mangalore

    Mon, May 31 2010

    This tamasha and publicity was not required. Each of us know the pain of losing a dear one. No amount of condolence, no amount of candles will help. Tomorrow, all is forgotten. Time is the only healer. Religious heads should not have fallen for this bait. Politicians are best advised to do their duty sincerely and not to make capital out of tragedies. We have seen enough of all this in the past.

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  • Mohd Amzad, Udupi/UAE

    Mon, May 31 2010

    It should be taken as eye opener. we love peace we apprise humanity.

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  • Mitwa, Mysore

    Sun, May 30 2010


    Nice to see everybody "United".

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  • ISMAIL K PERINJE, PERINJE/YANBU-KSA

    Sun, May 30 2010

    WHEN WE PRAY TOGETHER IRRESPECTIVE OF RELIGION,CASTE,CREED,FOLKS AND JOIN TOGETHER FOR A PURPOSE GOD LISTENS.WE NEED ALL TOGETHER DURING THE CRISIS AND OFF THE CRISIS FOR THE WELFARE OF THE SOCIETY.MAY THE DEPARTED SOUL IN ETERNAL PEACE.

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  • Alban D Souza, Udyavara, Doha Qatar

    Sun, May 30 2010

    We should unite alwyas not only during the tragedies time. We are all God's children and Indians so let us pray that alwyas be peace among us as human beings and love one another.Let us put aside caste creed religious differences and work for the prespectus of mankind where religion helps to reach this goal. May God Almighty God give eternal rest to the departed souls of the Crash victims and God may give strength to bear the loss to the family members of the departed ones.

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  • shahnawaz kukkikatte, dubai/udipi

    Sun, May 30 2010

    During the crash, train derailment, accidents the blood of muslims, hindus, christians etc has only one single colour and all call for unity and advocate the faith of humanity. Why this legacy not practiced throughout the year? In the normal scenario, the politicians start painting different colours to the blood of followers of different faiths. Dear politicians and clergies, do you require a special occasion to preach and practice communual harmony? All days are auspicious and blessed. Lets preach and practice love and follow the philosophy of live and let live.

    Let the departed souls rest in eternal peace. Let the politicians and clergies get enough wisdom for a harmonious society.

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  • Lavin Noronha, Paladka/Bahrain

    Sun, May 30 2010

    Why only during crisis, why not our leader be cordial during peace and work for the prosperity of the society.

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  • M.E.Moolur, UDUPI/DUBAI

    Sun, May 30 2010

    We Indians as Hindus, Muslims, Christians and others,may have socio-political differances in our daily life .But whenever tragedies, mishaps and unforeseen calamities struck us we stand one as INDIANS. In Sha Allah, this unique power of nationalism will ever remain in the heart of every Indians and Keep our great nation united for centuries to come. This is the real tribute we can pay to those who deceased in the tragedy. May God bless those all victims with eteranal pease.-Ameen.M.E.Moolur.

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