Mangalore: Don't Add Political Colour to Resort Incident - C T Ravi
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Daijiworld Media Network - Mangalore
Mangalore, Jul 30: District in-charge minister C T Ravi on Sunday July 29 said that there was no need to add political colour to the attack on the Padil resort as it is an individual to a group of a people.
Speaking to reporters at the circuit house, he said the police department will take necessary measures to prevent such actions in the future. "Eight persons involved in the attack were arrested and many more will be arrested soon," he added.
"We will not let go of any accused without punishment and we will not allow any innocent to be punished," C T Ravi stressed.
He said that there is machinery like police and rules to prevent any kind of illegal activity. "Talibani style of attacks should not be tolerated any more in the state," Ravi said while informing that the police will investigate the incident thoroughly.
"The home stay, Morning Mist, was registered only as a residence and was not included in the tourism department," informed the district in-charge minister. He said the owners of the home stay were absconding and that the police were not able to trace them. "Police will conduct inquiry with the home stay owner also," he said.