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Sunday, February 17, 2013 8:12:16 AM (IST)  

Mangalore: Drunken driving by young doctors - two killed

Mangalore: New twist to Yeyyadi accident - police say young doctors were not drunk

Daijiworld Media Network - Mangalore (DV)

Update: February 18

Mangalore, Feb 18: In a twist to the accident case at Yeyyadi that took the lives of two youths, the police now claim that the young doctors whose car caused the accident were not under the influence of alcohol.

The accident occured at 12.30 am on Sunday February 17. Two young doctors, a boy and a girl who were allegedly in a drunken stupor, rammed their car into Yogish and Jayaprakash at Yeyyadi, killing them both.

However, Kavoor police now claim that the youngsters were not drunk, and that it was in fact the deceased persons who were on the wrong side of the road.

A police personnel told Daijiworld that the boy, who has been identified as Shivanand Shetty of Udupi, was on his way to drop the girl at Konchadi, and was on the right side of the road.

The identity of the girl has not been revealed.

Though initial reports stated that the two had escaped from the spot, it was later learnt that Shivanand was admitted to a hospital in the city.

Shivanand Shetty has been released on bail.

 

Earlier News

Mangalore: Drunken driving by young doctors - two killed

Pics: Dayanand Kukkaje
Daijiworld Media Network - Mangalore

Updated

Mangalore, Feb 17: In a shocking incident, two persons were killed in the early hours of Sunday February 17 after their two-wheeler was hit by a car driven by young doctors, who were allegedly drunk.

The accident occured near Yeyyadi petrol bunk at around 12.30 am.

The deceased have been identified as Yogish (27) and Jayaprakash (23), both electricians by profession.

Yogish was the son of Chandrahas and Sunitha of Moodushedde, while Jayaprakash was the son of Somappa Nayak and Neelamma of Veerakamba, Kalladka.

It is said that the two young doctors, a girl and a boy whose identities are yet to be established, were driving in a drunken stupor. The Chevrolet car (MH 04 DW 1237), which was at a high speed, went out of control and rammed into several spots along the road before dashing into the two-wheeler ridden by Yogish and Jayaprakash near Yeyyadi petrol bunk.

The impact of the accident was such that both Yogish and Jayaprakash were flung far off. The vehicles skid for a few metres before coming to a stop. The car also dashed into the compound wall of a school nearby.

Sadly, as it was late night, Yogish and Jayaprakash lay bleeding heavily on the road till help came at around 2.30 am, which resulted in their death.

They had returned after some work at Suratkal. Jayaprakash stopped the bike near the petrol bunk to drop Yogish, when the accident occured.

It was later learnt that the youth who was driving the car was admitted to a hospital in the city, while the girl escaped with minor injuries.

Kavoor police have registered a case and seized the car.


Comments on this article
divya, Mangalore
Sunday, February 24, 2013

why don't u think before you write such ridiculous comments defending a drunken man on a killing spree..
A.)he's not a doctor he's a dentist.so how can he help people/patients?by pulling their teeth out
B.)even if you know him personally that's got nothin to do with this case.hes still a drunk man who killed innocents cause of his reckless driving.i don't think either the girl or the man deserve to be doctors because if u know him "personally"a you claim you should be knowing that he's still a student a dental college and hasn't graduated as a dentist yet.

Cyprian, Kadri Mangalore
Thursday, February 21, 2013

My point of view all the blame goes to Road designers who allow traffice without signboards....let it be day or night all same.Remember the news spread on different channels is compition of news journalists....how much true nobody knows.

John Tauro, M'lore / Kwt
Thursday, February 21, 2013

If doctors were not drunk, then definitely the policemen were drunk

RANJEETHA, PUTTUR
Wednesday, February 20, 2013

RICH PEOPLE CAN DO WHAT THEY WANT BECAUSE THEY HAVE MONEY.

yuvraj, mangalore
Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Its a common thing for high speed accidents to occur on these concretized roads, as in a hurry to give complition reports basic facilities such as speed breakers, reflectors and proper footpath elavation and barriers have not been put in place. these can be observed on so many other roads, even in front of pabbas near lalbagh the speed breakers have come off, resulting in a lot of high spped accidents. the other important point is the lack of emergency services, the injured men were there for nearly two hours! this is the saddest part of the whole accident. accident can happen in anybodys hand, doctor or not, durnk or not, but what services are being provided to us citizens in such emergencies ?? Instead of blindly pointing fingers at who was at fault, responsible citizens and authorities should take up steps to 1. avoid such accidents and 2. improve emergency response services so that lives can be saved

chathan, manglore
Tuesday, February 19, 2013

case thirgayer.Paapadaklna jeevogu dala value ejji.

Jagdish, Riyadh
Tuesday, February 19, 2013

MANGALORE POLICE....PLEASE LET US KNOW HOW MUCH MONEY YOU HAVE RECEIVED TO DUMP THIS CASE ? NOW YOU BLAME THAT THE DECEASED WERE IN WRONG SIDE. BLOODY DRAMA BY THESE SO CALLED POLICE...!!

karan, manglore
Tuesday, February 19, 2013

ppl here are mentioning abt the driver being absconded... cn anyone tell me hw cn that be possible. when the cops arrived at the spot after 2 hours of incident , the driver was very much present at the site of incident. then hw cn v can that guy to be abscondg... itz vry much obivious that it just the new story coming up every second coz 1st it was said the guy was driving latter it came as gal was driving( can two ppl drive the same car at the same time??? itz the local witness itslf who have come up with the story. hw can different ppl come up with differnt stories. matter of fact the true story has to be revield after a investigation. conclusion has to be arrised after the truth is found out........

karan, manglore
Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Mr victor how do you know that the driver was drunk. guess you are one of those people who is contributing towards the N-number of rumors getting around this case....itz treated doctor or the investigating doctor who has to confirm whether the driver was drunk or no. itz not you or me who has to decide on it. so let us wait what the final reports says.

Anoop madtha, puttur
Tuesday, February 19, 2013

climax of the case will be if the guys who died if survived they might got punishment to came in the way of those who financially strong R I P my dear friends

George D'Souza, Mangalore-575008
Tuesday, February 19, 2013

WHATEVER BE THE STATEMENT OF POLICE PERSONEL BUT THE FACT AS PER THE LOCAL PEOPLE
1.ACCIDENT TOOK PLACE AT MIDNIGHT
2.A LADY WAS IN THE DRIVING SEAT IN THE FOUR WHEELER.
3.TWO WHEELER WAS PARKED IN THE SIDE AND THEY WERE SPEAKING.
4.TWO WHEELERS WERE IN THE PROPER SIDE AS PER TRAFFIC NORMS.
5.RASH AND NEGLIGENCE IN THE DRIVING BY THE FOURWHEELER IS A FACT WHICH RESULTED IN THE DEATH OF TWO YOUNG POOR BOYS.
6.LOST ONES ARE LOST NO MORE GAIN TO ANY DEPARTMENT
7.NO EVIDENCE WILL COME FORWARD TO THE COURT
8.HENCE SAVE THE YOUNG DOCTORS, HELP THEM,TO GAIN .....WHAT A PLAN

rahul, Mangalore
Tuesday, February 19, 2013

how sad people come to a conclusion based on photos and initial news reports. i know dr shivanand shetty. he is a gem of a person , goes out of his way to help people/patients. i don't know the cause of the accident but please wait for final report before giving such harsh statements.i feel sad that two lives have been lost, but we just can't label every accident in which a mumbai registration car was involved to be a "drunk hit and run case".

Ronnie,Udupi, Udupi,volakadu
Tuesday, February 19, 2013

The above story doesnot mentioned the time and date of arrest and blood sample taken from the driver.It is not clear that who was driving the car wether boy or the girl.Whatever it may be after midnight roaming in a car with young girl in a car at high speed and ing a girl home early morning says it all.There ins no human value in life then where is the value for others blood and life?

NASRULLA , MANGALORE/DUBAI
Monday, February 18, 2013

If not under the influence of alcohol ,Was the Girl Driving (learning how to drive) the car. Most often when the drivers are new they get panic and press the accelerator and go on bumping.

R.Bhandarkar, M'Lore
Monday, February 18, 2013

Yeyyadi
Hanna Kodi
Case Bidee....
(Haadu Raaga-Gundi Thodi...!)

JR,
Monday, February 18, 2013

THIS IS CALLED "MONEY POWER". POLICE WILL TWIST THE STATEMENT ONCE MONEY STARTS FLOWING OTHERWISE VICE VERSA".
CAN ANYBODY IMAGINE POLICE HURRYING TO GIVE CLEAN CHIT DURING ACCIDENTS.

Joseph, Doha Qatar
Monday, February 18, 2013

The car number plate bears the Maharashtra Registration No. The number 04 on it indicates that the car has been registered within the down town metropolitan jurisdiction. Keeping this in mind, will the Mangalore RTO Authorities get their act together .. onto their basics and cross check with their Bombay (Maharashtra) RTO counterparts if the car belonged to the deceased / stolen etc? Am sure they must have already found the registration papers and identified the rightful owner ... just in case .....

Based on this, may be they can make a possible headway and things can culminate immediately.

Am surprised ... what's a Bombay registered car doing on the streets of Mangalore and that too in the wee hours ???? Quiet strange !!!

Karan, Katapadi/Dubai
Monday, February 18, 2013

I Think Police were drunk....If you have money you can do anything with our police....I am only sad for the innocent guys who lost their life.

Melwin Pinto, Mangalore/ Rome
Monday, February 18, 2013

TWIST? Ha ha ha ... Yeh hai mera India... unlike the West!
Here police crack jokes because the public is made up of fools!!

Victor Tauro, Permude
Monday, February 18, 2013

Mangalore: New twist to Yeyyadi accident - police say young doctors were not drunk.

Important here to note - It is police speaking and not the doctors. Looks like Police and doctors were together in the Bar. Otherwise how police know doctors were not drunk?

Angelina, uk
Monday, February 18, 2013

Jaimini Sharjah, you are 100% right...of course its happening in our GREAT India...we proudly talk about our country but these things can happen only in India....poor boys lost their life and police twisted the entire story....when the help arrieved after 2 hours who took that young doctor to the hospital, left those two boys to bleed to death....whoever it was very insane ...of course money rules India...even so called moral policing useless BD's are not so dare to go against influential people, they are somewhere looking for poor innocent youngsters to show their power.....public has to stand up against this cruel law and order...they have to treat rich and poor equally....every wrong act should be punished accordingly....justice should be done to those poor families, they have lost their young boys who could have looked after them....ashamed of our so called police twist !

Suraj Kumar, Barkur/Mumabi
Monday, February 18, 2013

The both the reports were true. The first one soon after the accident reported as the drivers of the car were drunk and the second one after 24 hours stating that they are not drunk..Off course they are not drunk now but if released from Police custody they will be again drunk .. This is possible.. everything can be changed if you have money & power.. This is one of such example.. Valagina guttu shivane balla.. Feel sorry for the two boys who lost thier lives because of someone else's negligence. May the Lord provide strength to bear this loss to thier families.. It's tuff!!

D. F. Lobo, Mangalore
Monday, February 18, 2013

Lightning `postmortem report' of Kavoor Police personnel. A wonder task of Khaki troop. It happens not only in Mangalore. Jai ho Bharath Matha.

vinod, mangalore
Monday, February 18, 2013

i am not sure what happened here.this is a sad accident and my sympathies for the deceased.but there is increased tendency for people after 8 pm to go on wrong side of the road and break one ways.they dont have patience to take u turns and they go according to their convenience(note-i am not commenting on this accident.i am telling in general)

Valli Danthy, Kanajar,Kuwait
Monday, February 18, 2013

This is absolutely bribe given twist.Anyone can understand by watching pictures.Tomarrow may be another twist that only one doctor and he is driving the car,bike riders are drunken,because they are not paying bribe to police now.This is our Karnataka.....wake-up public,wake up Bd,RSS,Raamsene....do something useful to the innocent who lost thier lives.

Browny - Kuwait, Kuwait
Monday, February 18, 2013

The two wheeler got hit at the back and the car too lost its bumper at the back. Daal Me Kuch Kala Hai.

Naveen D'souza, Valencia-Kuwait
Monday, February 18, 2013

PAISA BOLTA HAI. DOCTORS ARE VERY RICH. BOTH Yogish and Jayaprakash ARE NO MORE TO FIGHT A CASE.

Reshma, Udupi
Monday, February 18, 2013

Dear BD's, your intervention is required here to get the justice to the victims family and prove it that you are all can do something better than doing something which is not entertained by anyone.

Intervention and getting justice is really appriciated which you all never do.....Also how come the accused was admitted to the hospital when none were there to help those poor boys. Something fishy.....Am sure nice bribe would have been given to the Police Authority else how they came to a conclusion so fast when there was no eye witness. Why there is no fair justice to the poor.

YATHISH KUMAR, ATTAVAR/ DUBAI
Monday, February 18, 2013

THERE IS "ONE GOD ABOVE US"who was watching every thing from above and he will give the judgement for the incident so happened either in the court of justice or justice from his court outside the judicial court there is no doubt for this.As some of them commented that the accident is not hit head on but the scooter was hit from behind very clearly shows that the car driver(either drunk or not)is at fault.Police who have taken bribe in this TWIST may temporarily enjoy the cake but will repent when god opens his eyes and folds his hands.

Marian, Mangalore
Monday, February 18, 2013

First of all How Police came to know that the car occupents drunk. where the police met the driver of the car at the same time of the accident. There are so many people travel/drive after midnight, I dont think everyone driving afer midnight is drunk.
God give eternal rest to the departed soul.

Hanz, USA
Monday, February 18, 2013

Very Sad to hear that statement has been twisted. we dont know to whom will trust... anyway what to SAY :(. It would be great help to nation if the BD/VHP/xxx can raise thier voice in this type of issue.

Dexter, Abu Dhabi
Monday, February 18, 2013

How convinient of the Police.
Note the below,
1. The doctor ping the girl home at 12.30 am.
If the pictures are of the exact crime scene, what is the bumper of the car doing on the other side of the tree. India is a right hand drive. Noting this the bumper of the car should be on the opposite side of the 2 wheeler.
2. If the 2 wheeler was on the wrong side of the road, a head on collision would for sure turn the direction of the 2 wheeler. Here the 2 wheeler looks like it hus just fallen.
3. Now if the 2 wheeler was hit from behind, isnt it the fault of the car driver. The impact, does not look like the car was in slow speed.
4. Since the 2 wheeler look like it is completely damaged from the back side, then even the car was on the wrong side of the road.

Life of 2 innocent individuals gone. Knowing the procedures, quickly doctors go and get themselves admitted in the hospital to avoid questionning or going to jail.
Now police say they were not drunk.

How nice.

Jaimini P.B., Manipal,Sharjah
Monday, February 18, 2013

TWIST..? No..Never..It is TWISTED !

Vasant Raj, Mangalore / Abudhabi
Monday, February 18, 2013

Sad news, but somthing Fishy, no trust on our beloved Police force. Heavy BRIBE may have taken place in place of justice to hide the truth.

rizwan, Dubai/Mangalore
Monday, February 18, 2013

Police should have continued the story such as....the poor medicos were returning from temple after performing prayers at 12.30 A.M. and the "car" was under the influence of the alcohol and so on. These police know that we, the public are fools and can be handled easily. The poor parents of the victims have already lost their livelihood...We have to pity ourselves for being part of this society.

sorry status, ibrahim saudi/yanbu
Monday, February 18, 2013

it is really sorry that 2 young lives lost. But mean time it is realize that why nowadays yougsters roam in the bike night without any reason. Due to this night vagabonding, many young life will lost.

Michelle, Mangalore
Monday, February 18, 2013

People those who have money can twist the story the way they want and those who don't have money only have a option to shut their mouth. We as public know about it and still we keep quit as the victim here is not connected to us.
There should be a way to tackle this type of problems. we all common man have to be one because this can also happen to us tomorrow.

sadanand, surathkal
Monday, February 18, 2013

Police must be right because the poor medicos must be coming from the nearby "village" and it is quite possible for the next twist to brand the scooter borne as drunk.

Al DSouza, Kudla, India
Monday, February 18, 2013

Twist in the case-my foot ? How can anyone prove that the driver was not drunk after more than 24 hours-being late night on the streets at 12.30am -where else a young couple could be other than on a drinking spree at a pub. If they were not drunk, how come they absconded from the accident scene. They could have call for help and save those two souls that they knocked down. You may escape from the hands of law but you will not go far before the eyes of God. Admit your guilt and face the consequences. Period

Mark, Udyavara
Monday, February 18, 2013

looks like these docs are very influential.

If the cops have to change their statement some divine powers have really played the role!

Reevan D'Souza, Urwa/Dubai
Monday, February 18, 2013

"KAASU IDDONE BAASU".
If you have money then you can do anything.

GERALD, Modankap
Monday, February 18, 2013

OBIVIOUSLY THE TWISTING STORIES STARTED FROM THE CHURCH ATTACKS !!!!!

Cletus, M'lore
Monday, February 18, 2013

I WONDER WHY THEY ARE NOT REVEALING THE IDENTITY? SHOULD PUBLISH WITH PHOTOGRAPHS OF SUCH IDIOTS.

antony arun d'souza, dubai
Monday, February 18, 2013

IT WAS THE DUTY OF TRAFFIC POLICE TO GUIDE THE VEHICLES 24 hrs IN THE MANGALORE AIRPORT ROAD IN ABSENCE OF TRAFFIC SIGNALS.NOW THEY ARE AWAKENING .DURING THIS AIRPORT ROAD CONSTRUCTION 2000-2008 FROM KPT TO KAVOOR,HUNDREDS OF YOUNSTERS HAVE DIED [BYKE,CAR]DUE TO NO PROPER ROAD SIGNALS AND I HAVE SEEN A COUPLE OF ACCIDENTS DURING THIS PERIOD.EVERYTIME IT'S A COMMON SAYING AMONG PEOPLE..."policedakul enchina malpuver?......akul kaas malpuver...

Thomas, Colombo
Monday, February 18, 2013

Good observation from Victor Tauro. The scooter has been hit from behind and the backside of the schooter is fully damaged, while front side looks undamaged, which shows, the poor boys were hit from behind. And if the boys were on wrong side, even the doctors were also in wrong side. File case against those alive, not those innocent boys dead! I hope the second finding will not be that those dead were under alcohol!!!

Jaimini P.B., Manipal,Sharjah
Monday, February 18, 2013

TWIST ..? Police say young Docs were not drunk !! Then who are drunk ? Police ? Public ?..Jaasti Mange Malpere Balli..Limit bodu..

KRPrabhu, Kudla/Bangalore
Monday, February 18, 2013

Tomarrow ther may one more flash news.The accident/death of raiders was happened due to over speed or they have drunken.Doctors were out of station on that day...Car was not belonging to them.....Doctors did not know driving.....
Poyinakulu poyer!!! RIP

R.Fernandes, Mangalore
Monday, February 18, 2013

Mr.Victor Tauro, Permud, you are 100% correct. If we carefully watch the scooter, its rear portion totally damaged. How could it happen, if the scooter was in wrong direction?. Your philosophy is right,1) surname is Shetty 2) while pouring lakhs of rupees for medical seat, some more poured to (?) get rid if this accident/case. After all he has to save human life (?) in the future.

Harold D'cunha, Mangalore, India
Monday, February 18, 2013

These are white collar murderers. Again police are twisting the cases. How much money from top to bottom has been poured here.

When justice is denied in front ofour own eyes, that us why the rise of Maoist, naxalism starts as they loose faith with the system. Who are the root cause for these type of movements? Isn't it is the police and the rich, powerful.

How come the driver who has been released on bail so fast? If it has been done by poor driver just an accident, then he would have been decaying in the police station for several weeks.

Cannot understand why the driver doctor has left the accident site. Request the social activists to take up this case and fight for the victims. Unless people raise their voices like in the case of Nirbaya, otherwise nothing is going to change.

Amin Bhoja, Patte / Riyadh
Monday, February 18, 2013

Police and their slipping tongues,it happens only in India and this is my India.Unlucky poor guys,they are in the wrong side in their life too!.

Victor Tauro, Permude
Monday, February 18, 2013

If the two poor daily wage earners were on the wrong side how the scooter got damaged in the back side?
Remember the doctor has a surname Shetty. Forget the justice on this land. Get back to your work. If possible visit these two families to comfort their parents.

Jossey Saldanha, Mangalore/Mapusa/Mumbai
Monday, February 18, 2013

Jaise Raja Vaise Police......

Vincent, Mangalore
Monday, February 18, 2013

It really is amazing to note that we mangaloreans are so opiniated and are willing to speculate on any matter at the of a hat. Let the experts worry about the issue. It is not unheard for a car to lose control while attempting to avoid a wayward two wheeler. Besides the pics clearly indicate that the roads may have been wet and increase the possibility that vehicles may lose control.
Why is it that any accident in Mangalore is immediately made out to be a result of drunken driving?

sandeep, kirem
Monday, February 18, 2013

Why was Mr. Shivanand from Udupi driving a Mumbai registered car in mangalore anyway ???
however, we people do have the tendency to blame the bigger vehicle for any accident irrespective of whether it is justified or not....
I dont know about this particular case but if you have ever seen the way crazy young bike riders race on crowded roads in mangalore you will see what i mean.

C SHarath, Mangalore
Monday, February 18, 2013

Paapi chiraayu. Some influential hand is workign for sure.

umesh, kuwait
Monday, February 18, 2013

twist....twist...twist...?. if shetty is not drunk then why he ran away from the spot..? instead of take them to hospital ..at least today they live. and look at the shape of car ,its shows that how shetty is driving . i think in the midnight match fixing done in police station......

B.SHETTY, MANGALORE
Monday, February 18, 2013

Whatever it is if they are drunk or not drunk they have murdered 2 lives of the innocent, who were the bread winner for the family. They has to be hanged or life long imprsionmnet should be given to this culprits.
Police Department give justice to the poor

Naveen Shetty, Mangalore
Monday, February 18, 2013

What is Mangalore police doing to arrest the absconding criminals? Why people of Mangalore are keeping silent and where are the protesters now? Why 'Saffron' and 'Green' outfits are silent now?

Police is wasting time and the case will get weakened day by day. Take the fingerprints from the car and preserve the seats for getting the DNA samples otherwise these criminals will get scot free after few days.

M S Sheik, Mangalore/Dubai
Monday, February 18, 2013

Sad loss of innocents life.

Shame on those who were driving under influence. It's shocking to learn the culprits were doctors.

Joslynn Rooswelt, Mangalore
Monday, February 18, 2013

I am so sorry to say this..
Nowadays majority of the doctors r chain smokers, drunkards...So how can they save lifes
They dont have their devotion to duty, indeed they enjoy their life by forgetting their profession...
Dont spare them, let it be a lesson for others....

jimmy noronha, Bellore, Lucknow
Monday, February 18, 2013

Really sad news, RIP. If only these educated docs learned to master the bottle rather than letting the bottle master them, two precious lives could have been saved.

SAHIL, DUBAI
Monday, February 18, 2013

May their Soul rest in peace, may almighty god give strength to their family members to bear this loss.

Raj, Udupi
Monday, February 18, 2013

The people who killed these young lives , must pay....pls dont change the real culprit....100 % it will happen with our system...our great Cops...

praveen, ullal
Sunday, February 17, 2013

how can they abscond in that drunken status? Literates who has to guide the people about liquour consuming to general public goes like this? oh God, where are we heading to?

Clifford, Mangalore
Sunday, February 17, 2013

bekkige aata elige pranasankata..!!!

Shekar Moily Padebettu, Udipi/India
Sunday, February 17, 2013

In this case as the kannada proverb goes."beliye Yeddu hola Maydhange Aayithu"Doctors supposed to advise others about the bad effect of consuming alcohol and more over about driving under the influence of liquor.This is totally reverse gear applied.

Shekar Moily Padebettu, Udipi/India
Sunday, February 17, 2013

Indeed it is an unfortunate and sad news.May souls of departed rest in peace.
But the funny thing here is accident happened because of drunken young doctors.Doctor's profession is noble profession and supposed to save the life of the people.Here in this case this is other way around and doctors killed two young people.
As some people have commented about BD/Rama sene/Vamana sene,aaSene,ee sene.They are of course there only on certain occasion when there is no need of their presence like on Valentine day etc just to burn some outdated valentine days's card and gain some mileage in front of camera/media.They wanted to be in limelight by showing their faces.But when their presence is genuinely required like places like this accidents,drug mafia,rapes,sexual abuse they are not there for victims safety/security and utter no words.That is the trend of those Bds,Rama/dhooma/vanara sene etc.They are always there for wrong reasons.Their motto is "Present in wrong places for wrong reasons without any fruitful results,show their faces in front of camera with long naama on their forehead.That is all.

Nanag shetty, Kinnigoly, Oman
Sunday, February 17, 2013

Police must be definitely knowing the identity of the culprits. As usual affluent influential culprits will be at large and some surrogate culprits go behind the bars .

LOKESH ACHARYA, MANGALORE
Sunday, February 17, 2013

I heard the ambulance sound late night,it is common in yeyyadi, because people drink in madhuvan and drive in wrong directions,Nobody can stop, god has to save us.

mohd, mangalore
Sunday, February 17, 2013

my humble request to all gentlemen or gentleladies pls nevr evr drive while ur drunk........pls lets make our world safe,,,,,,pls

LAVAN KUMAR, MANGALORE/BAHRAIN
Sunday, February 17, 2013

Dear Bd members, where a re now when these two young men were lying down for 2 hours and later died. Instead doing some unwanted things like burning vlaentine greeting cards,disturbing while people are celelbrating private function, etc.you should be going around the city to help people in case of emergency

Jossey Saldanha, Mangalore/Mumbai/Mapusa
Sunday, February 17, 2013

Very soon all Hospitals will display "Karnataka Doctors are injurious to Health"

Raghu, Yeyyadi
Sunday, February 17, 2013

Is there any law for these bar and restorents . Some of so called rich peoples adda don't have rules and regulations. This is the route couse of these innocent murders....!

Ummar, Udupi / Dubai
Sunday, February 17, 2013

While both young doctors are absconding then how anybody knows that they were drunk. Both doctors should have helped the both victims when they were injured. They are negligence either doctor or driver.
May departed souls rest in peace.

Eva, Kirem
Sunday, February 17, 2013

Mr. Rudolf is absolutely right. It is an irony and a very SAD thing that students having passion but not so good scores are not able to pursue in medicine, but those with money power can!!!! Both Medicine and nursing has become commercial. Good Luck

jacobnelson, Bejai
Sunday, February 17, 2013

R I P.

Why this BD allowed these doctor girl&boy to drink in a pub?

Why did nobody informed BD or HJV?

Jaimin P.B., Manipal,Sharjah
Sunday, February 17, 2013

Dear Angelina..This is not UK..This is India..very first rule adopted by our drivers( whether Doctor or Painter) after accident is to run away ! yes..DISAPPER from the scene.This golden tips or suggestions not taught in any driving class..but SELF MADE !
Especailly,in this case,Doctors are drunk and different sex ! may be different religion too ! God Knows ! After the horrible accident,their alcohol kick became normal.So ran away like Usain Bolt..

vivian john veigas, adkabare/bajpe
Sunday, February 17, 2013

Sad indeed.. because of careless and drunken drive 2nos precious life lost.. after so many such kind of incidents our district administration till date not taken any kind of safety meassures to tackle such kind of incidents...the outlet which supplied alcohol should be punished without fail...

Jossey Saldanha, Mangalore/Mumbai/Mapusa
Sunday, February 17, 2013

Rizwan, Dubai/Mangalore, BD and RS are tamed to take action only if COWS get killed.....

Angelina, uk
Sunday, February 17, 2013

These two should not become doctors at all......istead of saving lives they fled from the spot....very sad news young boys died by bleeding..as a student doctor they should have tried first aid to control bleeding and called the help ASAP...under the influence of alcohol but they knew how to rum away from the spot....influential,spoiled youngsters must be....punish them...they should not become doctors at all...

Mahesh, Mangalore
Sunday, February 17, 2013

Sad news. Doctors who are responsible must be questioned well and taken all details. Mostly saturday night they enjoy, do disco dance, etc and rush. These cannot be doctors, so the punishment goes up. Let the details tell us what they did and how they killed the innocent young ones. Death penalty applies to the doctors. Good bye to doctors. Go and find out where these electricans have gone.

manoj, vamanjoor
Sunday, February 17, 2013

guys lets not label all doctors as drunkers or murderers, after all they are also human beings. sometimes things do go out of control. i am not defendings these young doctors deed but just saying not to label all doctors with the same tag. culprits should be dealt with severe punishment. unfortunately two young and innocent lifes lost for no cause.

John D'silva, Mangalore
Sunday, February 17, 2013

Dear Sandeep and Rudolf both of you are right.Most of the medical students you find in private colleges are childrens of filthy rich.Irony is they brought up with don't care attitude.Five years of MBBS is picnic spot for them with dine,dance,wine,woman what else.Well equiped imported cars and driving under the influence of alchohol and drug.To become a good doctor one has to burn mid night oil.I bet this kind of breed will become butchers rather than surgeons.God save my country.

Patric, Jeppu, Mangalore
Sunday, February 17, 2013

Media is making big mistake, Young Doctor's are injured,whose identities are yet to be established. Simple Question is why? Because they are from rich family.

Rudolf, Mumbai
Sunday, February 17, 2013

@Sandeep Shetty, you are very right bro!! Most of those pursuing medical education by paying crores as capitation fees are spoiled brats!! In that, their aim is just to acquire the degree by hook or by crook resulting in a very poor product!! Such type of doctors are very dangerous to the Society!!

I used to always adore doctors like Gods with big degrees behind their names, BUT NO MORE RESPECT AFTER A SERIES OF DISGUSTING EXPERIENCES BOTH ON THE EXPERTISE FRONT AND ETHICAL FRONT!!!

Our old MBBS physicians who remembered by heart our family history and used to treat us right from toothache to serious issues were the best, and I miss them!!

Gurudath, M'lore/Mumbai
Sunday, February 17, 2013

Our laws are weak. Implementation is weaker. Punishment should set an example to others to discouraging them from getting involved in such things.

sandeep shetty, kirem
Sunday, February 17, 2013

These days doctors pay 1 - 2 crores for a PG medical seat, so what more can we expect from these spoiled rich kids. They are going to kill many more with their incompetence in the years to come, this is just practise for them............ god help and protect us from these scum.

rizwan, Dubai/Mangalore
Sunday, February 17, 2013

BD, Rama Sene here you can play your role of capturing the culprits...This will be a noble cause.

Rudolf, Mumbai
Sunday, February 17, 2013

@Harold Dcunha, now the Apex court has made it absolutely clear that accident victims should get immediate help first and then all the police formalities and also no hospital should deny emergency treatment, even there is no harassment to the people who come forward to help! A few years ago, I had accompanied a critically injured RTA casualty to a reputed hospital but had absolutely no problems even though I signed for the patient!!!

It is clear the accused being doctors have escaped the scene to escape stringent punishment of more years of imprisonment if they were medically checked and blood alcohol levels found beyond stipulated limits!!Kissi ka beta, bhai, baap mar gaya tho kisi aur ka kya jata hai!!!

GERALD, Modankap
Sunday, February 17, 2013

NOTHING WILL HAPPEN TO THE DOCTORS !!! THEY WILL COME OUT WITH THE BAIL AND YOU KNOW THE REST OF THE STORY "TARIQ PE TARIQ PE........!!!!

Abdulla, Mangalore/Batwal
Sunday, February 17, 2013

If drunkenness of the doctors caused the accident, they should be hung in public.

Rudolf, Mumbai
Sunday, February 17, 2013

RIP friends! Kare koi bhar koi!!!Doctors or mercenaries of death!! If professional doctors act so irresponsibly then what can be expected from the aam aadmi??

Drunken driving now invites a minimum punishment of 2 years and up to 10 years!!

If the accused are absconding vital evidence of blood alcohol levels will be lost making the case weak!! This is how the rich and famous hoodwink the law!! Jai ho!!

Godwin, Bantwal
Sunday, February 17, 2013

Daijiworld should publish the YOUNG DOCTOR’s photos.

Amin Bhoja, Patte / Riyadh
Sunday, February 17, 2013

A sad and tragic death of two,sometime driving for joy or a drunken driving and it's deadly impact.Young Doctors should be punished severly for their total negligence towards the injured without any immediate medical help or to a nearest hospital or an ambulance,A clear example how the Young doctors showing their respect and care towards their patients. 'May their soul rest in peace'.

Harold D'cunha, Mangalore, India
Sunday, February 17, 2013

Now a days the so called professionals, majority of them lack ethics and values and these are white collar criminals.

Most disgusting part is the accident took place midnight 12.30 am and the help reached at 2.30 am.

Definitely there may be many vehicles passed during that 2 hrs and nobody bothered to called ambulance nor police. Those who are travelling in vehicle at mid night definitely most of them are white collar persons. Not bothered attitude towards citizens and some of them will come for night vigil protests to show solidarity, photograph and publicity.

Some thing drastically wrong in our system. Might be, those who help are meeting undue harassment by the police. Administration should build confidence with the public.

Heartfelt condolenses to the bereaved members of the family.

Request the authorities to arrest the culprit at the earliest and give them the harshest punishment.

Paul D Souza, Bondel/Sharjah
Sunday, February 17, 2013

Very sad news. May thier soul rest in peace.

Altaf Mohammed, Mangalore/KSA
Sunday, February 17, 2013

Murder charges should be brought against the driver and his/her accomplice and made to pay heavy damages to the deceased family. I am sure they can afford it.

THERESA LOBO, Mukamar-Sharjah
Sunday, February 17, 2013

Very Sad incident. May their souls Rest in Peace.

Lingappa, Kuppepadavu /Dublin
Sunday, February 17, 2013

I hope the locals hunt the absconders and maim them so they are confined to a wheel chair for the rest of their lives. Each passing moment & day they have to think of the poor souls who they had killed.

Aadil Khan, Kasaragod, Saudi Arabia
Sunday, February 17, 2013

Very sad indeed to note the death of two innocent lives.

Well, you would see evil and corrupt people in all professions, from chaprasi to court judges.

Doctors supposed to be role models to the society but don't forget they are also human and tend tend to do mistakes. But Generalizing a particular profession due to some unfortunate incidents is not fair. Having said, these two who involved in the drunken driving should not go scot free.

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