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Tuesday, October 18, 2011 8:16:23 AM (IST)  

Mangalore: Police Raid Suspicious Massage Centres, 13 Taken into Custody

Mangalore: Police Raid Suspicious Massage Centres, 13 Taken into Custody

Daijiworld Media Network - Mangalore (SP)

Mangalore, Oct 18: In a swift operation, Kadri police on Monday October 17 night raided three massage centres in different parts of the city and arrested 13 persons.

Eleven women working for these centres, apart from two customers, were taken into custody. These centres are located at Kankanady, Kadri and Balmatta.

The police sources said that these raids were conducted in connection with complaints received from certain organizations about running of brothels in the name of massage centres.

They said that they are in the process of registering cases against the arrested persons and investigating their activities.



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Abdul Subramaniam, Andhra
Saturday, June 23, 2012

Most of these police raids happen in collaboration between police and massage parlors. They are aimed at catching the clients. They are then threatened with exposure and made to cough up as much money as possible and then let free. The women and owners are let off soon after.

G M R, Kankanady Mangalore
Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Go to U S A

Rudolf Rodrigues, Loretto/Mumbai/Mangalore
Thursday, October 20, 2011

I was shocked to see the no. of comments for this news. The issue of massage parlors has been blown out of proportions. This is unavoidable in a fast growing city like Mangalore with lots of NRI, black, and underworld money floating around. Massage parlors are dime a dozen in cities like Mumbai, advertisements are blatantly placed in all leading newspapers, in fact entire pages are dedicated to this INDUSTRY, one can imagine how much amount of turnover and employment and sub employment is generated by these parlors. The regulatory authorities are fully aware of the goings on and their palms are greased regularly, nothing can operate without their knowledge, then why this hoopla. As far as there is pent up demand, this industry will prosper and grow. In fact this news clip has given more publicity and demand for such services are bound to increase from here on as somebody from Manipal has openly commented that he is happy to know that there are full fledged massage parlors in Mangalore. No doubt namma Mangluru is catching up and fast becoming the southern coastal hub of drugs, extortion, and prostitution.......

Rudolf Rodrigues, Loretto/Mumbai/Mangalore
Thursday, October 20, 2011

I was shocked to see the no. of comments for this news. The issue of massage parlors has been blown out of proportions. This is unavoidable in a fast growing city like Mangalore with lots of NRI, black, and underworld money floating around. Massage parlors are dime a dozen in cities like Mumbai, advertisements are blatantly placed in all leading newspapers, in fact entire pages are dedicated to this INDUSTRY, one can imagine how much amount of turnover and employment and sub employment is generated by these parlors. The regulatory authorities are fully aware of the goings on and their palms are greased regularly, nothing can operate without their knowledge, then why this hoopla. As far as there is pent up demand, this industry will prosper and grow. In fact this news clip has given more publicity and demand for such services are bound to increase from here on as somebody from Manipal has openly commented that he is happy to know that there are full fledged massage parlors in Mangalore. No doubt namma Mangluru is catching up and fast becoming the southern coastal hub of drugs, extortion, and prostitution.......

Kenneth, mangalore
Wednesday, October 19, 2011

I totally disagree with the whole scene. If LIVE BANDS where banned by the Supreme Court, things like this is termed as UNSOCIAL ACTVITIES. If these jobless women want work, let them take initiatives like makin Phenyl, soap liquid, etc... All they want is a & star life just getting pumped day in an out. Besides that, there is HARDCORE partiality. Top end peoples names are not being disclosed. Another thing, as per RTI, DISCLOSE FACES. At least we know whome to be careful off next time.

Justin Lobo, Bangalore
Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Susan, Moodbidri, Canada,I agree with your comment. People should not marry children.
Western countries females have guts to preserve children with them or in their houses not in garbages.

Naveen Pinto, MADANHTYAR/BANGKOK
Wednesday, October 19, 2011

I request all of you to come Bangkok for real good, decent massage. So that I can explain you guys what really massage is all about!! No need to go USA, Canada, Mangalore as I read in below comments! Here we have both legal and illegal massages and some massage centre’s run by police and politicians. Why you people are so surprised having massage centre in Mangalore. Come on, we Mangaloreans at least get rid of some rape cases legalizing these massage parlors with some decency.!

Rahul P, Mangalore
Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Dear Susan, Moodbidri, Canada, Now your talking different matter. Please comment on perfect topic.

Shrinath, Oman
Wednesday, October 19, 2011

I do agree with Shri Harsh Malhotra Mangalore-New Delhi, and I do not agree with Susan, Mangalore-Canada. It is a well known fact that teenage pregnancy is not an Indian Culture. It’s a “cultural gift” from others. We should learn the culture from other countries we should respect other countries culture too. Its we who have to choose whether it is good or not. Now a day our teenagers are very fond of following foreign culture, whether it is dress, speaking, music, movies, vehicles, food, life style, etc. I won’t say that it is wrong to follow other culture, but make it sure that whether it is a right choice or not. But, unfortunately, our young generation, the so called teenage people don’t have patience, they want everything fast, they like very fast life without any break, and this will lead to disasters.

Harold D'cunha, Manglaore, India
Wednesday, October 19, 2011

We live in a society where always the girls/women either abused, exploited, ill treated and all sorts of torture and she bears it quietly.

Why there is no action against men, those who visit massage centre? Isn't it absurd?

Definitely some vested interest may not got their due share. If these massage parlour girls had a decent job, do any of these girls would have opted this job?

Instead of showing some pity and consideration, some out rightly condemn them. No body is forcing to go to massage centre and if these massage centre has the official license, then they can still continue their activity. As every coin has 2 sides, what about police catching the client ( indulging in illegal activities ) might be majority of them are their own associates. Never know.

Susan, Moodbidri, Canada
Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Harsh Malhotra, Mangalore/New Delhi
Speaking abt teenage pregency, child marriage is Indian Culture not western. Here if a teenager get pregnant dont have to abort the child (in catholic majority countries countries abortion is illegal) society accepts the child, if anyone treats the child wrong way, they will sue them for million dollar.

The biological father has to provide 'child support' to his child. if he is not financially capable govt will send the aid. is such things available in India? Anyways, in India... girls usually quietly do abortion. if not ??? comit suicide coz usually the boy runs way. besides, do you know in India how many married couple abort the child when they come to know it is a girl????


Susan, Moodbidri, Canada
Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Harsh Malhotra, Mangalore/New Delhi
Speaking abt teenage pregency, child marriage is Indian Culture not western. here if a teenager get pregnent dont hv to abort the child (in catholic majority countries countries abortion is illegal) society accepts the child, if the anyone treats the child wrong way, they will sue them for million dollar. The biological father has to provide 'child support' to his child. if he is not financially capable govt will send the aid. is such things available in India? Anyways, in India... girls usually quietly do abortion. if not ??? comit suicide coz usually the boy runs way. besides, do you know in India how many married couple abort the child when they come to know it is a girl????

Anand poojary, kuthar padav
Tuesday, October 18, 2011

good job these ladies release from there but who knows next step of police people insist to do them massage and other work as their wish

don, mlore
Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Mangalore: Police Raid Suspicious Massage Centres, 13 Taken into Custody ......Its not proved whether illegal activities were going on or not.I personally agree with jason and others about thinking of mangalore people IS vERY cheap when compared with blangalore or mysoreans.

Mangalore is not a safe place anymore as it used to be, top terrorosts and goondas are there in mlore, it is heaquaters for all goondas ,people feel insecure at day time to walk with their loved ones.most of the people have a cheap thinking if a opposite sex people talk and engage with each other. I dont give a s.... for people who give negative comment for this.I feel ashamed to tell that i am a Mangalorean.


Anil Pinto, Puttur/Dubai
Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Well said Mr. Ganesh-Mangaladevi. m fully agreee with u ..but mostly educated people doinng this...

joegonsalves, Mangalore
Tuesday, October 18, 2011

A lot is said about these massage parlors. However has any one tried to take any trouble as to why these women get into this trade?. It is easy to find fault but has any one tried to get at the root cause of the problem. It is time that the authorities try and get at the root cause of the problem and here is a good cause for people to step in and try and council these poor women and make an attempt to rehabitate them and help them to lead respectable lives. I wish the authorities make a serious note of the situation and come to the rescue of these poor people rather than punish them.

Joe Gonsalves

Bulsam, Mangalore
Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Thank God! At last now the police have found out. For their information there are brothels running through massage parlours, hair cutting saloons, hotels n lodges, rented apartments, old houses etc. still our vigilant police authorities are totally unaware about this. What a joke.

A. S. Mathew, U.S.A.
Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Massaging of the body is a relaxing experience, also being used as a medical treatment with
proper oil and balms. But, massaging being done by a strange
lady for non-medical purpose may end up in an inferno like
striking a match in front of an
open gasoline tank.

C K DAYANANDA, MANGALURU
Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Here all the readers are educated, but many comments are of very poor taste.

I am not supporting the massage centres.

But, we should also be sympathetic to these women as they are from middle class and poor background and are doing this for their livelihood.

Our Govt. and society should take necessary measures so that these woman get economic and social stability and are not forced to massaging and prostitution.

In the present atmosphere, the police should concentrate more on serious issues like terrorism, naxalism, drug mafia, counterfiet currencies etc.

Our police have become fit for harrassing hapless and small people only.

During terrorist and naxal strikes the police become panic and kill their own comrades.

This is very dangerous as the police force is maintained by tax payers money and they are meant for protecting public.

The people of Dakshina Kannada who call themselves as more intellegent, should also become sensitive to social issues of this kind.

Clifford, Mangalore
Tuesday, October 18, 2011

I did not realise that BD was part of Mangalore police.

Jaimini P.B., Manipal,Sharjah
Tuesday, October 18, 2011

I liked Mike & Harsha's comment.Very disappointed that my comment about JUMMA CHAKKA made some people angry. If you think deep,you will agree with my point.But you can mistake it if you read it without grasping the main intention of my comment.
I have very stong believe that massage is very good to body.It is a theropy.If massage parlours are registered,there will be separate section for male to male & female to female massage system.But what is happening here is female to male massage.Naturally..North pole & South Pole attraction..finally massage centre will become talk of the town..and police raid..etc so on.Hope everyone understood it.

Rahul P, Mangalore
Tuesday, October 18, 2011

This is just sample like this 1000 places are there in mangalore. I request Police and bajarangadal should punish them ASAP.Please save our mangalore.Jai hind.

Raj, Udupi
Tuesday, October 18, 2011

I think ......Undar Bahar Massage Centre ......Not paid Hafath on time so police raid this centre.

HSKADRI, MANGALORE
Tuesday, October 18, 2011

what i think is we are all fools, in this half modern,half indian cultured society. Actually our police dept is taking action only when somebody is complaing or some influence and force to take action against any criminal activities in the society. what a fools we are. Any criminal activity is not possible without cover of police dept. eye wash marayare

Sachidanand Shetty, Mundkur/Dubai
Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Very sad to hear that this is happening in our beautiful coastal areas. First it was Pub Attack and now Beauty Parlor Massage. I say sad because, Pub was attacked before I came on vacation to Mangalore so I missed an opportunity to enjoy in this Pub. And now Massage Centre closed before I come on vacation again this time. By looking at this trend I think we can assume that our Coastal Generation progressing well isn’t?

Harsh Malhotra, Mangalore/New Delhi
Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Ms.SUSAN, MOODBIDRI, CANADA..I am fully agree with you...have strict law.. that's why 80% gals become 'pregnant' in western countries before reaching age of adolescent!!but not happen in India..few percentage only..

Rakesh, Mangalore, Dubai
Tuesday, October 18, 2011

I do not think why this small issue is gaining this much publicity. why readers bring political parties and other associations in this issue. For sure someone took revenge on these centers for their personal gain and tip off the police. Moreover there will be more no of massage centers operating in and around Mangalore and who bothers them. does any of the readers who commented here visited these massage centers at least once..?
People are claiming about their culture, but my question is anyone from our cultured community will come forward to offer a Job opportunity for those poor ladies who lost their Jobs..?? In India in most of the metro cities prostitution is common and all know about this including the police then why can't Govt legalize prostitution..?? Now most of our population is educated and people knows what is right and wrong. Let the people decide themselves. These arrested ladies didn’t done any harm to the society like robbers, murderers. Let the police to arrest and punish to those culprits behind the murder and robbery cases instead of booking cases against this poor ladies. I believe most of them are came from poor families and they are feeding their family from the income of their Job which they lost now.
If required, why not the Police and Govt authorities control the licensing and operations of these so called massage centers with the strict regulation / inspections to stop the illegal activities.

Amin Bhoja, kkuh/ riyadh
Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Checking the massage parlours in a periodic intervals will ristrict the illegal activities within. Our police will raid once in a bluemoon in the name of illegal activities just paint itself as honest.Our mangalore city is not so big as like Bangalore or Mumbai were you cannot control.You can see a small number of parlours within the city.I feel it is an eyewash infront of the public just for the time being.

Sunil, Mangalore
Tuesday, October 18, 2011

I 100% agree with Mr Jaison. It is the mentality of some people that they look about the massage centres in a wrong way. Organizations like bajrangdals think that these are western cultures and they become hero's by restricting such things. But do they really feel that the clothes they are wearing and most of the things they are using for their daily needs have all come from the western culture.

Madhav H, Manglore - Dubai
Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Messaging the body is good for body even from kings period it was legal so govt should take step to legalise prostitution, massage centre parlours... so at least much of the crime will not take place even this girls / boys will get the right money for their work. They will be free from POLICE / POLITICIAN / MLA /DONS or with Dens.

gilbert, mangalore
Tuesday, October 18, 2011

i agree suill dsouza. Mr Jason dont bring ur USA culture to India

Fredrick Castelino, Udyavara
Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Police in Mangalore do not have any other work to do. There so many other criminals in Mangalore who are giving troubles to the people day and night. Instead of cathching them, these police people are catching the poor girls of Northern India who have come here to feed their father, mother, brothers, sisters etc. who are not having any other income. Instead of catching these girls, Government should offer them any jobs to do and support them to get daily food etc. Out Government should act for the betterment of these downtrodden girls.

Mike, Mangalore
Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Susan Moodbidri,

I think u went straight from Moodbidri to Canada without visiting any other country in Far East or Gulf. Also it seems that u havent visited any night life activity places in Canada. Well the only difference is its legal in Canada where as in Mangalore its not. As far as religious fanatics r concerned thety are everywhere.

Prashan, Mlore
Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Dear Susan,
Good to know that being canadian you still follow your motherland news. But I request you to read and understand more about the place you are staying. Sitting here in mangalore, I can give 100 contacts to you in your place for so called 420 activities by just using google. and I know that its not legal there.

Pradeep Koila, Uppinangady Koila
Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Thanks to Police & Bajaranga Dala

prakash, mangalore
Tuesday, October 18, 2011

jaimini p.b- manipal/shrjah
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what is jumma chakka ??? did you witness jumma chakka ?? are you qualified enough to utter these disgusting words???
we need to be very careful when we express our ideas or else we will be like some maamus who forget to take their brains to Bangalore from mangalore

Ahmed, Mangalore / Doha
Tuesday, October 18, 2011

This existed in Mangalore since ages. It exists still. It will remain existing forever.

Why not legalize this then? At least common public will realize that certain places are for this kind of activity!

iggy , Bantwal/kuwait
Tuesday, October 18, 2011

I think this is wrong doing by police. They have to give licence to massage center as ladies to ladies and gents to gents message activity. They have to issued notice to center if illeagal happened , not by info received by certain organisation, they have to check before arresting because these ladies lost their jobs which may be leagal as physiotherapy by doctor advice.

Jason, MLR - USA
Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Mr. Ganesh mangaladevi is totally out of his mind, he has no idea on what he is commenting.

Jason, MLR - USA
Tuesday, October 18, 2011

My fellow commenters,
Has anybody been to one of these massage centres and vitnessed the such unlikely event goin on? and i totally agree with Mr. Ahmeds comment.

REM, Udyavar/ Dubai
Tuesday, October 18, 2011

A raid on 3 "massage centres" is the topic my dear co-readers.....
It's nowhere mentioned that the Bajrangdal or CYM groups have mentioned about the activities to the police.
Many a times, neighbours with daughters and sisters, living in that locality are feeling so insecure and disgusted that they too tend to complain. Plz think about the erradication of Corruption and not who did it?, why 'they' did it? how they did it? Just learn to appreciate that okay, the corruptive massage centres are raided and that we have a cleaner environment now.....

Plz dont bring Political parties in the limelight always.....

KRPrabhu, Mangalore/Bangalore
Tuesday, October 18, 2011

I simply don't understand why few comments here pointing at BD and similar organisations for the raid on massage centre.First, police are not fools to raid genuine massage centres.If arrested women are really genuine workers at these so called centres why they are hinding their faces with vail?
One can't deny that under the guise of massage centres lot of illegal activites are going on nowadays.Such illegal things are spoiling the city culture and what is worng even if BD,PFD,PFI or other organisations give information to police dept.Are they not doing a good job?Commentors here should ask their wife,mother and sisters at their homes for suitable reply! It is wise to publish the names of arrested persons including owners of these massage centres, then real motive of these commenators will be exposed!

Dany, Mangalore, Dubai
Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Good Work Bajrang Dal! Hats off for u r concern on society.

Karan, Udyavara/Dubai
Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Why not police catch murderers, looters and rapists? There are so many people are absconding. Women working in massage centres are divorsees, widows or not educated. They are feeding their families and our police are catching harmless women. I really condemn this police act.

VINCY, SHAMBOOR/BANGKOK
Monday, October 17, 2011

Why the police treat these ladies like terrorists?.Where is that district in-charge lady officer for child and women welfare who rushed to Bejai to arrest those who were educating and running free hostels for children.Shame on the police ,the women and child welfare department.

Santhosh Bhandary, Mangalore
Monday, October 17, 2011

Its a sign that Mangalore is developing and is joining the metros of India. Every developed city has them.  However hard you try to stop them they will continue to exist and flourish as there is always a demand for them.

This is just a tip of the iceberg. There could be many more operating in the city secretely. Due to some kind of misunderstanding or for the sake of revenge someone has tipped off the police, that's all!

Jossey Saldanha, Mangalore/Mumbai/Mapusa
Monday, October 17, 2011

All these massage centers, prostitution rackets and frauds has spring up suddenly in the last 3 years.
Thanks to my friend who is now in Jail / Hospital.


SUSAN, MOODBIDRI, CANADA
Monday, October 17, 2011

Sunil D'souza, Mangalore
USA and other western countries teaching the entire world and entire world following western culture blindly. Massage centres are here stricktly for masssages perhaps in India for other activities. All the 420 activities going on in India and not here. we hv every strickt law here n cannot bribe the Cops like u do, more over... there are no religious fanatic groups like you do, here in USA OR CANADA.

Rakesh Mohan, Manipal
Monday, October 17, 2011

Never knew there were massage centres at Mangalore. Thanks for the Lead.

janardhan, mangalore
Monday, October 17, 2011

They should legalise prostitution, massage parlours...

Ganesh, Mangaladevi, Mangalore
Monday, October 17, 2011

massage centre should be banned.
if u want to massage go massage beggar, homeless people, old age people, not young and rich people.
if young people want to massage, go and get married and tell ur wife to masasge u,
don’t tell ur sister to massage.
This is lack of love and selfish.
we have to respect each and everyone.
Except corrupt officer and politician.

John, Mangalore
Monday, October 17, 2011

Massage centre or Bajil centre!

Jaimini P.B., Manipal
Monday, October 17, 2011

Mr.Jason..massage is very important to body. It gives special feeling to mind and one gets total relaxaton from tension.But here in Mangalore,in the name of Massage..JUMMA CHAKA..jumma chaka was going on. So,I support Bajrang Dal or whoever involved in the complaint .Congrats Police dept.

jagdish, Mumbai, UAE
Monday, October 17, 2011

I do agree with Mr. Sunil D'souza, We have our own culture and we need to respect and follow that. Massage centers are only names as you said many activities are happening over there. Law and order should take care of these

rakesh, mangalore
Monday, October 17, 2011

What do you say jason is it right time to get massage in midnight and after that too with a unknown women ...better give training to your wives and self so both can massage each other when required

Ahmed, Mangalore
Monday, October 17, 2011

A survey on May 08, 2007:-
There are around 2.8 million (28 lakhs)prostitutes in the country and their number is increasing, the Lok Sabha was informed on Tuesday.

Who is bothered about above situation in India? I assume no one. Cause those radicals can afford spending time & money there.

Sunil D'souza, Mangalore
Monday, October 17, 2011

In the name of massage centre there are lot of other activities they do. I support Bajarangadal because they did not attack those centers but they complained to police. We have our own culture dont compare to USA culture.

Sunil D'souza, Mangalore
Monday, October 17, 2011

Dear Jason,
Do you allow your family members to work in massage centre at night times. In the name of massage centre there are lot of other activities they do. I support Bajarangadal because they did not attack those centers but they complained to police. We have our own culture dont compare to USA culture.

Ahmed, Mangalore
Monday, October 17, 2011

Police department always work on the behest of communal organisations filled with illiterate goons backed by some wicked politicians and fundamental mentors. They are not at all worried about Poonam Pandey.

Jason, Mangalore / USA
Monday, October 17, 2011

Actually to be honest Massage parlors are the best and Massage are also good for health but, some organisation like Bajarangadal cannot see girls working in a parlor as they have a dirty mind and always think negetively and Bajarangis cannot even afford to go to such parlors so such kind of complains are given to the Police

 
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