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Wednesday, March 20, 2013 5:42:46 PM (IST)  

Udupi: Alleged cattle trafficking - house vandalized in Malpe, clashes erupt

Udupi: Alleged cattle trafficking - house vandalized in Malpe, clashes erupt

Pics: Umesh Marpalli
Daijiworld Media Network - Udupi (SM/DV)

Udupi, Mar 20: Trouble erupted at Bengre, Malpe here on Tuesday March 19 and on Wednesday March 20 after members of Hindu organizations alleged that a resident of the area had kept cattle for slaughtering in the premises of his house.

At around 7.30 pm on Tuesday, around 60 people surrounded B K Javed's house at Bengre and alleged that he had kept cattle with an intention to slaughter them.

Based on their complaint, Malpe police arrived at the spot and questioned Javed. On not receiving any satisfactory answer, including information about where he had brought the calf at his house from, the police took the animal into their possession and sent it to Neelavar cattle house, said circle inspector Maruthi Nayak speaking to daijiworld.

However, the matter did not end there. On Wednesday afternoon, over a hundred people from both communities gathered at the spot and a clash erupted. Stones were pelted at Javed's house and some of the agitators even entered his house and smashed the TV set and furniture. Javed's wife and aged mother who were in the house were frightened. Sources said that the stones were pelted at surrounding houses also.

Police rushed to the spot and resorted to lathi charge to disperse the crowd. The situation is now under control but tight security has been deployed at the spot to prevent further trouble.

One of the locals identified as Prasad was taken into questioning as he tried to enter Javed's house.

DySP Prabhudev Mane, four inspectors, six sub-inspectors, DAR vehicles, and rapid intervention vehicle with altogether around 100 policemen have been deployed to monitor the situation.

Case has not been registered yet as the situation is now peaceful, the DySP said.

Meanwhile, in a press note, Udupi Zilla Muslim Okkutta condemned the incident and demanded justice. The association alleged that Shiva Prasad, Prashanth, Jayapalan, Harsharaj of Hoode, Gangadhar from Kodi Bengre were involved in the incident.


Comments on this article
Zubair.Hoode, Jeddah.ksa
Monday, March 25, 2013

We all want Respect every Religion... Islam teaches tolerance, not hatred universal brotherhood, not enmity peace, and not violence.

saleem, Uppala - UAE
Saturday, March 23, 2013

Make this meat LEGAL - or ban legally , Eating beef is not a monopoly of single community -

Inthu, Basrur / UAE
Saturday, March 23, 2013

If any one opens beef biryani hotel in Udupi or Mangalore .. He will get very good backdoor buisness from these Bhajrang dal and VHP members.

Syed, Udupi
Friday, March 22, 2013

Who gave the chairs to sit and enjoy. Is they really doing their job or what?

simple, Bangalore
Friday, March 22, 2013

Imran Shaikh

You still did not get it right?
This is the idea of BD etc to make beef scarce so the price will go up and they get bigger share from the price hike. You may call it haftha, blackmail, fleecing or whatever.
They do not love cow for the sake of religion - their love is for that money generated from its meat.
Have you or any one else asked where the cows go after they steal them from various people? Have they anytime said about the whereabout of those stolen cattle ( I use the word stolen because they are nobody to arrest any cattle or people for transporting\transporter). Either they use it for their own consumption or sell it the slaughter house.
I won't be surprised the increase of cattle stolen from various houses etc.....!!!

oswald, mangalore
Thursday, March 21, 2013

Dil mange more this is what BJP want i think in local elections they not learned lessons this is the sign of frustration by this party.

N.M, Mangalore
Thursday, March 21, 2013

Dear Kaiser,
I would'nt want to pin point fingers at any community because its for you to shun radical elements in your society like the way i am condemning these "hooligans" in my community.

There are radicals everywhere and in all communities...unfortunately in Mangalore-Udupi region their numbers are extremely high and the main reason for this is unemployment. These youngsters are exploited and used by politicians.
We need to sideline these Hooligans who act as 'defenders of faith' because in reality they fake it.

Look, we have had 5 bad years in this region, we now need to put aside our differences and vote for peace, vote for change and vote for development. We need to be tolerant and promote peace between communities.

Kaizer, Mangalore
Thursday, March 21, 2013

Dear N.M,

Thats what we have been telling since ages that crime has no religion but no one accept it. Unemployment is not the reason for such crimes, hatred is the main reason for communal violances.

Rohan Lobo, Manglore / Dubai
Thursday, March 21, 2013

Dear Kavya,
1st check how many disagree your comment. its understood your immature talk has no value.
2nd, just consider one point where the hell police or police friends BD and VHP ( I'm sure all 60 Goons hail from this ORG) saw a dream that he is going to slaughter it.
3rd my Friend ordered 25 tons of Indian beef, do you think all are slaughtered in slaughter house. no way and your Indian government cant stop the exports then why the hell you are avoiding tax payers from eating what he wants and which is not illegal.

Asif Iqbal, Jubaile/Kinnigoli
Thursday, March 21, 2013

BJP Candidats not possible to win next MLA election in karnataka. beouse of zero development in Karnataka state ,Goondagiri by Bajarangadal, All karnataka property looted by BJP rullers.
If want come again BJP rulling party in Karnataka.They want do only thing thats is distroy the communal harmony name of cattle,rama mandir or love Jihad

Kaizer, Mangalore
Thursday, March 21, 2013

Dear N.M,

This should be implied to muslims even, coz whenever a muslim commits a crime the blame goes to whole muslim community and whenver a hindu commits crime it is to be blamed individually. Why is this double standard.

Alee, dxb
Thursday, March 21, 2013

Mangalore is worst city to lead your life peacefully....

Mangalore sucks big time....

Ashok, Mangalore
Thursday, March 21, 2013

i think Mr.Eswarappa will give the better answer for all this. As Election now @ right time.

peace lover, kaup
Thursday, March 21, 2013

The Police officers particularly at the junior level appeared to have an in–built bias against the minorities which was evident in their treatment to minorities. Their lack of enthusiasm in registering offenses against Hindu org. even when the accused were clearly identified.
As far as the minorities are concerned, it is the feeling among us that we are not getting justice. It is of the greatest importance that appropriate steps are taken by the government to remove the cause for such feelings in the minorities. Peace will prevail only when justice is done.

N.M, Mangalore
Thursday, March 21, 2013

Its NOT correct to call these guys as 'Hindu Organziations' as they DO NOT represent majority of the Hindu community. These are self styled organizations who want to make some quick money for themselves and their political Gurus by using Hinduism as a cover for their black deeds!!!

They are trouble makers used and exploited by BJP for vote bank politics.

This is a dark era in the history of Coastal Karnataka and i hope the wise people of Coastal Karnataka will learn a lesson.

Asif Muktesar, dubai
Thursday, March 21, 2013

'YES' ur rite mr NM
who really followng thr relegion they are not saying altu faltu statements ot gng to trouble innocent ppl, i dnt think who is shouting with slogans of "JAI SHRI RAM" or "ALLAH HU AKBAR" in streets are thy really follow their religion.

abdu samad, mangalore
Thursday, March 21, 2013

OH THIS SANGHPARIVAR NOT ONLY THREAT OTHER COMMUNITY THEY THREAT OUR NATION IT SHOULD BE BAN...

Krishna Kant, Mangalore/Moodbidri
Thursday, March 21, 2013

I am sure everyone will agree that we need a change of ruling party in Karnataka or else the MAD DOG's will ruin our State.

B.Mani, saudi Arabia
Thursday, March 21, 2013

I DON'T blame BD,VHP.. It is our police force to be blamed. How come they did not arrest anybody for vandalising the property? I am sure they will take the victims into custody as usual!
BDs very well know that whatever they do, nothing happens to them. If police is SERIOUS, not a single MORAL POLICING INCIDENTS WILL HAPPEN!
ONLY WHAT THEY HAVE TO DO IS TO RECOVER THE COST OF DAMAGES(10 TIMES MORE TO THE ACTUAL COST)AND KEEP THEM BEHIND THE BAR TILL THEY SETTLE IT.

krishna, Mangalore
Thursday, March 21, 2013

YES you are 100 % correct. you have shown the root cause of the problems, It is not the Sangh Parivar it is the Police who are responsible for such troubles. I have already given the example of Bhatkal, where there is no such problems when the Police has to fire on the rowdy hindu mobs ( injuring many ), to save themselves from the mob attack and this firing has helped the public to live a peaceful life till now.

Chaam, Mlore
Thursday, March 21, 2013

Dear K.S. Mayya,It seems you also read it ively... Please let me know how you may have reacted,when hundred people surrounded your house and Police entering the scene and questioning you "GET THE LIST OF CRACKERS YOU BURST IN LAST DIWALI"-How funny isn't it???, You should be super natural to be in calm and composed manner to give a satisfactory answer..!!!

Asif Muktesar, dubai
Thursday, March 21, 2013

"COW COW COW COWMATA " thr is no value for human grow up frnds just learn to give respect to your MATAs first, they are still working in other houses in thr old ages and you people behind this cow mata and troubling others by ur protests..plz go and earn some money gv it to ur mata and bring smile on their faces,

Syed Mohiudin, Iruvail/Riyadh
Thursday, March 21, 2013

Election "bannaga onthe oggarne bodapundatta"?

Aadil Khan, Kasaragod, Saudi Arabia
Thursday, March 21, 2013

No arrest or police action against those who forcibly entering one's residence and vandalizing the properties and terrorizing the inmates?

Are we in banana republic?

Vincy , Bangkok
Thursday, March 21, 2013

Dear K.S.Mayya, Every one who comment here are aware why they comment and also aware that there is no such law in the entire world. Even he is the butcher at the slaughter house the police have no such law to take away his cattle from his compound. Am I clear? Are you talking of new Saffron Jungle law?.
The police are just doing a favor for 60 people and want to satisfy them. And one of the 60 people has the right to enter Javed house too? You did not mention that? Where on earth the 60 people can find out the intention of Javed that he is going to slaughter them?
There is no doubt Javed will be speechless in front of 60 goons and 90 supporting uniformed police. Are we and you are answerable to the police for keeping a cow in the backyard? This incident right after the local elections and showing clear reactions and you call it fiction novel?

K. S. Mayya, Mangalore/Bangalore
Thursday, March 21, 2013

Slaughter to be done in slaughter house is the issue of hygine. This is followed in every country including in Bangkok. Kindly enquire. In India if this rule is followed then it gets saffronized. C'mon Vincy....it's alright to be emotional but please check your facts. If you have not ben following the above incident is primarily because
1. Cattle theft is on the rise.
2. Demand for beef is on the rise -call it population explosion but its a fact.
3. Price of beef might be also high - demand supply gap.
Now bring in the media and anti-saffron brigate to the mix you have a political agenda while it is just a law and order situation.

peace lover, India
Thursday, March 21, 2013

Yes, you are100% right, slaughtering should happen in slaughter house. Can you please tell me where is the nearest slaughter house in udupi dist?,Secondly keeping a cow in home is a crime as police found a living cow there. Is it a crime to keep a cow in home.
It is purely the political game, to get mileage in next coming election.
The worst part is DK police is either bias or working under pressure of their political masters.

K. S. Mayya, Mangalore/Bangalore
Thursday, March 21, 2013

I think a lot of people either did not go through the article fully or have more information than Daijiworld has to provide. Javed obviously did not come clean regarding the number of cattle he had in his house. No it is not illegal to indulge in cattle trade. But indulging in illegal slaughter is. Cow slaughter has to be done at slaughter house designated for that purpose. Stone pelting etc is definitely wrong. Police appear to have done a good job bringing the whole situation under control. And the rest of you still interpreting the local election results and tallying that with the number of stones that landed in Javed's house all the best for your fiction novel.

Ashraf, Kunjathur/Sharjah
Thursday, March 21, 2013

Why cattle meat is illegal in our secular democratic country? Kindly request to all Kasaragode Kannadiga's not to fight for merging with senseless Jungle rule state .

SAHIL, DUBAI
Thursday, March 21, 2013

THANK GOD 1000 TIMES LUCKILY STONE NOT TOUCH TO THE OLD AGED WOMEN HEAD
SCOUNDRELS !!!!!!!!!!1

M H RASHID, SAUDI ARABIA
Thursday, March 21, 2013

“60 people surrounded B K Javed's house at Bengre and alleged that he had kept cattle with an INTENTION to slaughter them”
I was under the impression that ONLY GOD KNOWS THE INTENTION OF HUMAN BEINGS! Now first time in the history of mankind Beedis, and DK police know the intention of mankind. Vow! What a development!
Secondly the police started acting on INTENTIONS! Is it a crime to keep cows in home? If no, under which law the police took the possession of cows? If yes, what permission do I require to have cows in home and from where I one has to get the permission? Could anybody put some light on my questions?
This happens only in undivided DK nowhere else in India.

Manohar Veigas, UDUPI
Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Love thy mankind as you love thy cattle.

lukas, malpe
Wednesday, March 20, 2013

these people should go and help their neighbour when people suffering from somany problem.but these people and organisation just happy with goondaism and looting.

Sumeet, Brahmavar
Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Beware common man..such incidents will increase to trigger the communal violence as the state election at the verge. The saffron wings will play major roles to divide the community. Their intention is very clear.We the people have to suffer for no reasons.

Vincy, Bangkok
Wednesday, March 20, 2013

DySP Prabhudev Mane, four inspectors, six sub-inspectors, DAR vehicles, and rapid intervention vehicle with altogether around 100 policemen have been deployed to monitor the situation and all these people could arrest only one man mr.Prasad. How many people would have been arrested if the cattle were on a truck!.see the difference! Amazing police!
This week itself, our neighbor country, the one and only 100% Hindu nation in the world that is Nepal slaughtered thousands of buffalo, cows, sheep and other animals to please the Goddess.
In a democratic country like India every citizen has the right to eat the meat of his choice and why these 60 people in Udupi can decide the menu of Mr.Javed?

Vincy, Bangkok
Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Today is a worst day in the Indian police history. You need not watch a horror movie if watch the police actions in Gujarat-Surat on women and children.
What I wonder here is , If the muncipal elections results showed these reactions and then what will happen on assembly elections.


sundari ashoknagar, Mangalore
Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Throwing stones,entering the house and distroying others property ?Who gave this right to these people? Aklena petta sadid budper, betheklena petta kapere poper! suka ijji.Namma anuleg buddi ijji.

Valerian Dsouza, Udupi/Mumbai
Wednesday, March 20, 2013

We have been noticing that day by day Police force is becoming strict and taking adequate preventive measures.
Shri. Shettar also had warned that moral policing will no more be tolerated.
These Policemen might be cursing the hardliners / trouble mongers for these un-wanted issues and creating trouble in the society.

simple, Bangalore
Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Can anyone guide me - Is there a law against trading of cattle?
Buying and selling cattle - as a business..
like any other commodity
Thank you in advance..

simple, Bangalore
Wednesday, March 20, 2013

I wonder if CM will notice this attrocity by some hindu organisation members on a minority family and take strict action against these moral police, as per his announcement a month or so earlier.
Can anyone imagine Tom Dick and Harry in the guise of moral police causing terror at a private house by vandalising etc. when women etc were inside?
Is there a reason for not arresting those who entered that house? Why the police did not take action against them?



Rohan Lobo, Manglore / Dubai
Wednesday, March 20, 2013

what a blunder i should say or New-sense. Do Manglore Police on Their Sense or Not? for one Cattle 100 policemen Deployed. House been raided, The same Police are not able to secure the people or woman who are in threat and cant take any action while Many BD/chaddiwalas for their illegal activity.
Big Joke. which cattle they are searching Below TV stand. May be a Cattle TOY!!??? Manglore Police nothing but chelas of BD and Kalladka chairperson.... Good for nothing.

Rohan, Mangalore
Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Cattle is more safer than a women...

moshu, mlr/ksa
Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Sometime minorities feel unsafe in thier own land . If the intention was really for slaughter, stop doing such businesses once for all. Ultimately the suffering side will be those people who pretend to be anti slaughter. In reality, they sell cattle for their bread and butter and consume beef as well. Its all about political motivated. Strong action against the culprits certainly a due.

Allen, Mangalore
Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Actually cattle, cow etc is just a reason, the main issue is hatred. Only the people who have nothing to do in their life only can do such things.

Vijay D'Souza, Udupi/ Doha-Qatar.
Wednesday, March 20, 2013

I feel that in Udupi and Mangalore,cows are more safer than human beings...!!!

Kaizer, Mangalore
Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Value of cow is more important than a value of HUMAN being. Couple of months back RSS leader was caught for illegally transporting COW's in karnataka.

ISMAIL.K.PERINJE, PERINJE-YANBU/KSA
Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Sangh parivar's calculation was severely dented when they conceded UDUPI TMC election result to Congress.How Parivar family know Javed's intention of slaughter of cattle?This is utter injustice and goondagiri which should be dealt with GOONDA ACT.Police's confiscation of cattle also illegal and those participated to vandalize the house should be sent to jail and asked to pay the loss.By and large UDUPI police force were non partisan but in this particular issue seems to be somewhat biased.Some are how situation was brought under control and immediate arrest of the criminals are need of the hour. ELECTION ALREADY D AND FROM NOW ONWARD TWIN DISTRICTS ARE LOOKS VERY FRAGILE...

Ajith, Mangalore
Wednesday, March 20, 2013

I think authorities in Twin district should carveout seperate nation for these Beedi People.Going by their numbers Malpe St Mary,S island would be ideal.I dont mind if they rename it as Republic of Beedis. Then they can live happily in their utopia.

krishna, Mangalore
Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Once the Police use their willingness to SHOOT AT SIGHT all these dramas will automatically STOP. 20 years ago in Bhatkal disturbances were taking place once in every 3 months. when the 4th disturbance started the Police resorted to firing at the rowdy Hindu mobs and many were injured. After words no one heard of any communal problem.

Imran Shaikh (GSK), Kaup/Dubai
Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Bcoz of these un respected people, it was difficult for me to eat beef while i was in india in last DEC n Jan. but one of my friend helped to get fresh beef from local supplier and the rate moved to Rs 180 per kg before it was 60 to 70per kg.

Golden, Mangalore
Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Ridiculous...

In India which is worlds largest democratic country in the world a person belong to minority can not keep a cow in his house...

COPS should book 2/3 people who were leading the group under GOONDA ACT. Then every one will understand what is law.


Jai Ho

sam, mangalore/Doha
Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Last minute fluttering of a dying pigeon in distress !!

M.Kappa, Jeddah-KSA
Wednesday, March 20, 2013

The whole incident happened only by hindu organisation. Who are these people to interfere others matters? It seems like they have got a order from the police to lookout. And see how they dared to enter someone's house? How wicked peoples are these! They must be punished @ earliest. We are totally against to this incident, and demand not to happened such incident in the future.
Either this organization doesn't maintain peace in the town nor mind their own business, they are only back of innocent peoples.

N.M, Mangalore
Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Cheap Gimmicks by "Immoral police' to gather votes. People of Coastal Karnataka need to get rid of this cancer. People beware BJP will resort to more such acts of violence to garner votes. Its time to vote for a change and ensure that we live in a peaceful society.

PRP, MANGALORE
Wednesday, March 20, 2013

I've seen some people from those organisations eating beef in restaurants in mangalore at night time. These people going to save cattle, rubbish people. if u confirm from most of the restaurants in mangalore, these people are frequent visitors for eating beef. this is the reality and one day the reality will come into light. this is for sure.

Mohidin, Mangalore/Dammam -KSA
Wednesday, March 20, 2013

They are not ready to digest the defeat in last local body elections. more troubles are expected till they wash out in upcoming assembly election.

vincy, bangkok
Wednesday, March 20, 2013

First time in the history I heard that you need a VAT bill for buying cattle.Today itself the IG was talking at Alosyiosus college about human rights and police actions but his own cadre do not know how to handle a situation like this.What a shame on the karnataka police.On what basis they took away the cattle?How they allowed the BJP men to enter javed's house?What if the ladies would have killed him in self defence?

Ashi, Mangalore
Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Nice pics...gather of useless youths and baseless Police force.

Jossey Saldanha, Mangalore/Mapusa/Mumbai
Wednesday, March 20, 2013

BJP has no DEVELOPMENT issues.
First it was Vote for Ram Mandir.
Now it is vote for COW........

Pooja, Namma Kudla
Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Make Beef legal . like any other meat .

stan, dubai
Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Is Keeping Cattle is criminal activity? Next time some one will complain that I am keeping sword and Govenment will arrest me? This only becuase of present ruling party.

nyayakkagi, mangalore
Wednesday, March 20, 2013

yes mr.sandeep...i feel the same...It wouldn't happened if Bjp win the recent elections...just to provoke the sentiments of majority community through such activities and trying to get votes on upcoming elections!!! how cheap mentality it is!!!
public should maitain calm n peace without speading rumours n put pressure on police department to investigate properly/unbias...

Sandeep, Udupi/UAE
Wednesday, March 20, 2013

I doubt all these are political gimmicks to change the mind set of people to get votes in upcoming assembly elections. People should show their maturity at this time. For no reason ‘moral police’ should get another chance to spoil the peace and harmony in Mangalore/Udupi……… Once the present government changed all can live peacefully with no fear....

Rahil, mangalore
Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Cattles are of social use and Instead of locking cattles they should have locked this anti social Cattles who are roaming free to disrupt the peace and harmony in coastal region. Its high time to bann this anti social elements

jeevan, mangalore
Wednesday, March 20, 2013

First of all police handled the case as per law... secondly it is major fault of both communities gathered to support/condemn... thirdly police must arrest all of them and put behind bar...

Lydia Lobo, Kadri
Wednesday, March 20, 2013

'First of all police handled the case as per law...'

How is law applied here ? Did he steal the cattle from anybody that the animals are taken away from him ? The law needs proof - what proof was there that the cattle was kept for taking to slaughter house ?

That is why I asked should one have a license to own cattle ?

jeevan, mangalore
Wednesday, March 20, 2013

If he is innocent, even police seized, if he is not cattle thief or involve in stealing cattle, WHY HE FAILED TO GIVE ANSWER TO POLICE... He can approch the court directly to release cattle if he is real owner... why both communities gather there ???

Golden, Mangalore
Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Jeevan Sir

I feel you are true RSS follower. But it is great to notice you too have sentiments and respect LAW.

But one thing I don't agree that police can arrest all of them, when there is a biased Home minister is in power. There were better way to catch these people red handed rather then creating an unrest in community.

Arif, Mangaluru
Wednesday, March 20, 2013

It is very easy nowadays to seize someone's property just like that. Where is the justice for common man? just bcos he has kept cows that anyone can just enter his house and take away his goods. This is really wrong.

George A. Borromeo, Angelore, Mangalore, India
Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Why cases were not filed by the Police?? fearing another agitation???

Aleem, Mangalore
Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Itz tym Now, whoever Can Afford, to have a Personal Gun (with License) 4 their Self Protection..

Lydia Lobo, Kadri
Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Cattle have become more dangerous than arms now ! One should have a license to own/purchase a gun.

Does the same apply to cattle too ?
If so, who issues the license ? Which of the Saffron Brigades ?

Lydia Lobo, Kadri
Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Those who are confused and chose to DISAGREE to my post, here is the link between owning a gun to have cattle ownership. Guns are in-fact bought by able agriculturists to protect their crop from apes.

Now that you see its your right to take away the cattle, please take the apes too... Please... Please...

jeevan, mangalore
Wednesday, March 20, 2013

By confusion dont cast your vote to BJP

Lydia Lobo, Kadri
Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Aam Aadmi Party guruji... Do you remember you advised me once to vote for this party ?

Hope also you are doing what your preaching !!!

gerald, modankap
Wednesday, March 20, 2013

people dont make issue here until the elections and dont miss the chance to vote a right candidate and right party !!
see the police personnel how happy they are !!

 
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