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Mangalore: Stealing Valuables from Air Crash Victims – Main Accused Held


Daijiworld Media Nework – Mangalore (SP)

Mangalore, Jun 12: Nepali Irshad alias Baddumande Irshad (22), residing near Kanila Bengre mosque in the city, was arrested by a team of policemen led by circle inspector, Valentine D’Souza, on Thursday June 10 from Jokatte here.

Irshad, an auto rickshaw driver by profession, reportedly relieved the bodies of the air crash victims of the gold ornaments found on their bodies immediately after the air crash here on May 22, and handed over 256.99 grams of gold ornaments to Sattar. Sattar was arrested by the policemen on June 1 when trying to sell a part of these ornaments. They had also recovered some ornaments hidden in the poultry pen at his house.

On being produced in a local court, Irshad was remanded to judicial custody till June 24.

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  • ancil, mangalore/bahrain

    Sat, Jun 12 2010

    Shame on people who did that. If it was their own relative? I do not know when people realise.

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  • Ali Haroon, Saudi Arabiaa

    Sat, Jun 12 2010

    I quite agree with Lydia Lobo of Kadri. Very good piece of advise.

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  • Lydia Lobo, Kadri

    Sat, Jun 12 2010

    We must start a public awareness campaign about such matters. May it be school children trying to pluck mangoes from a neighbour's tree or grown-ups picking up something lying on their way. We must create awareness that taking anything that does not belong to us is a theft it needs to be reported to police. Unless a person understands this, he/she will not hesitate to rob even from corpses such as AIE victims.

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