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Thursday, April 25, 2013 10:24:20 AM (IST)  

Moodbidri: Cattle theft - Vehicle falls into drain, traffickers escape

Moodbidri: Cattle theft - Vehicle falls into drain, traffickers escape

Daijiworld Media Network – Moodbidri (SP)

Moodbidri, Apr 25: A Maruti Swift car which was used by some miscreants for stealing and transporting cattle got stuck in a roadside drain at Sampige Cross near here on Wednesday April 24. The cattle thieves however, made good their escape.

Some people, who arrived in the said car, caught hold of a cow grazing by the roadside and stuffed it into the car. When they were trying to load another cow likewise, it escaped from them. By the time the locals were informed about the thieves and they came on the spot, the miscreants sped away in their car. When some youth in their motor bikes tried to stop the car at Murkot Palke, the accused increased the speed of their vehicle, and deviated from the course towards Kodyadka. Once they reached Guddeangady, they offloaded the cow and drove towards Sampige Cross. As the driver tried to drive the car speedily on a zigzag course, the vehicle hit a roadside tree before falling in the roadside drain.

Those in the car, who reportedly wielded lethal weapons, took to their heels, after abandoning the car there. The wind shield of the car has been broken. Leaflets seeking votes for the JDS candidate from Mangalore north assembly constituency were recovered from the car. A case was registered in Moodbidri police station.

The incident comes in the wake of an incident which occurred on March 28 this year, in which four cows valued at around Rs 60,000 were stolen from the cattle shed owned by Faustin Sequeira from Murkot Palke. Sequeira, who happens to be the general secretary of Raita Sangha’s Moodbidri regional unit, suffered heavy loss at one go. Taking pity at his plight, president of the unit, Dhanakeerti Balipa, had given him a cow from his cowshed. However, the thieves had stolen even this cow, within a few days.

In the past, complaints made to the police, petition handed over to minister, Suresh Kumar, during his visit to the town in 2011 by the Raita Sangha, and complaints made by Faustin Sequeira have failed to have any impact on the cattle thieves and traffickers, who continue to make merry. The locals expect the concerned to take strict action at least now, against the culprits.



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Comments on this article
Husein, Manglore
Friday, April 26, 2013

ONLY THE SOLUTION IS TO AVOID ILLEGAL TRAFFICKING OF CATTLE'S IS TO BE LEGALIZE THE BEEF LIKE OTHER MEATS. THERE IS NOTHING PROBLEM TO LEGALIZE IT, SINCE THE INDIA HAS BECAME WORLDS BIGGEST EXPORTER OF BEEF. ALLOW TO OPEN AT LEAST ONE SLAUGHTER HOUSE IN EACH CITY'S. THEN THE RATE OF BEEF WILL BE REDUCED.

Ravindra, Kirimanjeshwara
Friday, April 26, 2013

Whether the offloaded cow is alive? What will happen to this Maruti Swift car? Let the police auction this car (Hope this car also not stolen one!)and money may be utilized to buy some cows and build proper theft-proof shed and also appoint a night watch man if required. Hope this will give little justice to Mr. Faustin Sequeira.

Also one sincere question.
When cow thieves are so much united, why can't be cow protectors?

Jamal, Mangalore/UAE
Friday, April 26, 2013

Everything in possible. If you can stuff 18 persons inside a Ambassador car then you can stuff two buffaloes inside the swift car. Allow legally to transport then there will be no theft.

jobraham, brahmavar
Friday, April 26, 2013

If china had democracy there would have been protest for killing and eating serpents... It is good that chines did not provide citizenship for Indians...

Vincy, Bangkok
Thursday, April 25, 2013

Cow catchers hit headlines again?Please cover the election instead.How to convince the magistrate that a cow can be loaded into a swift car.I bet SUZUKI Japan will be surprised !!!!!!!

Hamdan, Udupi/Dubai
Friday, April 26, 2013

Dear Vincy,

I agree with you brother. Suzuki japan will be surprised. hahahaha

Melwyn Pinto, Chikmaglur / Mangalore
Thursday, April 25, 2013

I don't believe this story. Its technically impossible to stuff even a new born calf into the car let alone the Cow. The reporter is confused probably ?
Does the reporter expect the cow to sit calmly on the back seat of the car ?

Ashish, Mangalore
Thursday, April 25, 2013

@Melwin P
were u at the site to pass judgement? do u know the size of the 'cow' in question? These days even people get "stuffed" into suitcases. think again.

Leslin, Surathkal, Mangalore
Thursday, April 25, 2013

Honestly speaking, even my dog has a hard time trying to enter into my car!! Trying to imagine how a cow would sit inside, seatbelt fastened and all.. :D

Clifford, Mangalore
Thursday, April 25, 2013

Mr. Melwyn it is nothing special. Human is more cruel than animal. Someone can rape a 5-6 year old girl and someone can carry a cow in Maruti Swift also....

Savinaya, Moodbidri
Thursday, April 25, 2013

If you feel imaginary story ,please visit the place and discuss with the people.One day before this same swift car ,theft cow and cattle from inside the compound in same place. This is joke for you but not for the owners of these cows. The suffering people are farmers not you guys.This is the third incident happened in same area within three days!!!.

Umesh Salian, Uppala / Dubai
Thursday, April 25, 2013

woh... even cattle can ride in MARUTHI SWIFT nowadays.....
Bravo.. Thieves can load in these to Bentle's.. even...
waha waha re India....

indian, mangalore
Thursday, April 25, 2013

ha ha ha,,,.. u crack good jokes ashish...u have made up a nice short story..

Ashish, Mangalore
Thursday, April 25, 2013

@Indian,
stories??....that's what u think. Get out of ur well once in a while, there is a real world out there.

R.Bhandarkar, M'Lore
Thursday, April 25, 2013

@Pradip Bhai
Meri Shayari
Zeena Aur Priya Ko Lagti Pyaari
Kissi Ko Agree/Tho Kissi ko Disagree
Lekin Sab se 'Meri' Yaari!
@Jaimini Sir...(continuing)
Ferrari Ho
Tho Kyon Karen Chori
Kyon Hojaye Paraari...
Automatically Aathi Hain Paas
Surat'Pyaari Pyaari' !!

Ashish, Mangalore
Thursday, April 25, 2013

In many places these cattle thieves come with swords and knives, threaten people and carry away cows from their sheds. They are keen on calves as this meat can easily be blended with Mutton. People do not complain to the authorities as they are scared of their lives. All of this happens in broad daylight.

pravin veigas, Mangalore/konaje
Thursday, April 25, 2013

Our 3 cows were Stolen... :( i still miss those cow's :( we were getting money by selling milk..my mom used that money for our education :( whom to blame ?? our govt or police ?

ESKEY, UDUPI
Thursday, April 25, 2013

You can blame anybody. Take your pick. Please do not blame the HOLY COW

R.Bhandarkar, M'Lore
Thursday, April 25, 2013

From Edward,Dayananda,Eskey,Sharath
and Lydia-Good Stuff!
It took some 'stuffing' to bring it out!

C K DAYANANDA, MANGALURU
Thursday, April 25, 2013

People justify their habbit of eating meat by giving this reason.

Their argument does not hold good as the word "killing" is used only in respect of animals and not in respect of plants.

As the animals have brain, they suffer immense pain while killing and resist the violence.

All vegitarian items and milk comes under Satvik food and the meat under Thamasic category.

In view of the above, Mahaveera, Gauthama Budhdha and Jesus Christ have fobidden the killing of animals for human consumption.

In this Kaluyuga, the people may not listen to saner voices, but should atleast treat the animals ethically and humanly.

SP,
Thursday, April 25, 2013

Dear Dayananda,
We kill even plants for our food. what one has to eat if we follow your funda??

C K DAYANANDA, MANGALURU
Thursday, April 25, 2013

The term "Killing" is not used in respect of plants.

It is "plucking" of fruits and "harvesting" of grain.

Killing involves violence and immense pain to animals as they have brain.

The animals resist killing as there is violence.

Plants do not resist as they do not have brain and no violence is involved.

Vincent, Mangalore
Thursday, April 25, 2013

Look around you. The famous food chain is all about consumption for survival. Animals consume other animals to survive. Does not get any simpler than that!
We do believe that God created all living beings and we also believe that god gave us more intelligence than most other animals.
If indeed God did not want 'killing' I do believe we would not have seen this even in nature.
Food for thought!

C SHarath, Mangalore
Thursday, April 25, 2013

Dear Lydia
The question is not who buys or eats beef, & I dint say atleast only he or she eats beef, even I know so called who are not supposed to eat it also enjoy it thats alltogather a diffrent chapter, i agree to it also, I just mentioned my opinion on your comment about you finding or doubting a fault with the victim than condemning the culprits whoever they are wetaher they took it to eat themselves or sell it to another Swami who may eat beef. JFYI, keeping dogs have not solved or prevented thefts in our society, there are hundred diffrent way for these people to get around it. Dogs may even bark if another dog passes by if the owner has to wake up for every bark of his best freind. Most of the catlle stealing happens in the day time that too when the owner leave their cattle out for free grazing, you cannot tie it 24/7 in your valut under the supervisions of dogs. I am telling this based on experience as even we rear cattle back home @ our village and are victims of them vanishing suddenly oneday not coming home after their usual free day. We had not 1 but 3 Dogs then.

Lydia Lobo, Kadri
Thursday, April 25, 2013

Sharath,

Apologies. You are entitled to your reservations, similarly, allow me mine.

Lets us respect mutual right to opinion and refrain from fighting over an issue that benefits neither of us.

C Sharath, Mangalore
Thursday, April 25, 2013

Agreed, & peaceout, anyways I dint mean anything personnel to anyone, just expresing opinion within the decorm of the forum.

Ted, Mangalore
Thursday, April 25, 2013

India became the world's top exporter of beef in 2012 with Export earnings from bovine (beef and cattle) meat expected to touch Rs 18,000 crore in 2012-2013.

India will feed Beef to the whole world but not poor and Hungry Indians who cannot afford other meat.

I agree Cow is considered holy for our Hindu brothers/sisters and we respect the decision to ban its consumption in India

then why feed the Holy Cow to the whole world.

Beef Trading should be banned universally in India for all purpose.

R.Bhandarkar, M'Lore
Thursday, April 25, 2013

@ Eskey:
Only 10 in an Ambassador? You are far off the mark.Those days, I remember vividly passengers getting out at their stops clutching at the other's 'Lungi' or 'Mundu' thinking it to be their own! They would lose theirs invariably to the person who got out first!Travelling in a 'taxi' those days was 'an industry' in itself!

Jaimini P.B., Manipal,Sharjah
Thursday, April 25, 2013

Mr.Bhandarkar..Haaa..haaa..too good comment about Lungi.Sometimes passenger comes out ony with underwear as per your theory ! What is your opinion if I say "PARAARI is easy if thieves use FERRARI "

ESKEY, UDUPI
Thursday, April 25, 2013

Sometimes driver changed wrong 'gears' and pressed wrong 'horns' in the melee. Jokes apart, the taxi rides then is nostalgic memory now

pradip, mangalore
Thursday, April 25, 2013

Well said Mr. Bhandarkar.
I and my friends are busting out laughing reading about the lungi. Really good one.
My personal suggestion to you please continue writing these kind of comments rather than shaayaaris. It always a blessing to make others smile.
GOD Bless You.

H Kunder, mangalore
Thursday, April 25, 2013

You actually recalled my old memories and yes exactly in those days the drivers actually were open hearted to accomodate any number of people in their car except on the carrier.

Jaimini P.B., Manipal,Sharjah
Thursday, April 25, 2013

Thieves used Maruti Swift for theft but failed. Next time they have to try FERRARI CAR !

Allen, Mangalore
Thursday, April 25, 2013

Who knows? Swift also may be a stolen one!

Lydia Lobo, Kadri
Thursday, April 25, 2013

A farmer, who had as many as four cows (could be more too) did not have a dog in the house ? Or, is his family dead to this world once asleep, not even waking up to dag's barking ?

Even police advise on keeping a dog so that thieves can be discouraged. Theft not once but twice !

Something is fishy !

Santosh, Udupi / Bahrain
Thursday, April 25, 2013

Height of Stupidity to say that its due to government banning people from eating their choice of food.....govt is also banning me from raping my choice of women and robbing my choice of Bank....and many other things which I want to do of my choice...LOL...but the funny part is the use of Swift to steal cow...India Shining

Allen, Mangalore
Thursday, April 25, 2013

Agree with you 100%. Now a days people keep commenting as if every crime is supported as per their choice. Robbery is also banned, so as per their theory it should be supported.

Edward C Maben, Mangalore/Bangalore
Thursday, April 25, 2013

To each unto his own. All these happen because the government has banned people from eating food of thier choice which they have been eating since ages. This is a democracy, not a country ruled by fanatics & dictators. Different religions practice different ways of life. None can enforce anything on anyone.
Oh yes I do agree stealing is not correct, but this may be averted if the government legalised beef. Why is the government openings its eyes only now when our constitution itself has given us the freedom of religion, right to food, freedom of speech, etc etc.

C K DAYANANDA, MANGALURU
Thursday, April 25, 2013

God has given variety of food to eat.

Why you should take the life of an animal just to satisfy your tastebuds.

Treat the cow as your mother as you have grown up drinking its milk.

When you can not create an animal you have no right to kill it.

We have common forefathers who have given the status of mother to cow due to its divinity.

Even jesus christ was born in cow shed and he has forebidden killing of animals by saying "Thou shall not kill".

By using the word 'killing' instead of 'murder', he has banned violence against all living beings.

Edward C Maben, Mangalore/Bangalore
Thursday, April 25, 2013

Mr. Dayanand, with due respect, you say "When you can not create an animal you have no right to kill it."... well in that case lets all become vegans and stop cow slaughter, goat, sheep, pig, chicken, fish, and just become vagans. I promise I will become one, when we are able to stop all this. And noone except God created anything. So, killing plants and vegetables also does not come under our right. And yes Gos has given all of us a variety of food. Some like some things some dont. The choice is ours.
But yes I once again stress STEALING IS WRONG.

C K DAYANANDA, MANGALURU
Thursday, April 25, 2013

Lord Krishna says in Gita, that one can offer him "Patram, Pushpam, Phalam and Thoyam" ie., Leaf, Flower , Fruits and Water".

Jesus has fobidden only killing.

Vegitarian food does not involve any killing.

So, vegitarian food is permitted as it is obvious that there is no violence in eating vegitarian food.

But, when you kill an animal having brain, it suffers lot of pain and while suffering it curses the killer.

Persons who eat meat have to suffer due to the curse of these dumb animals.

ESKEY, UDUPI
Thursday, April 25, 2013

Edward C Maben, you are missing a point while being over-enthusiastic in condemning government ban. This a case of stealing a cow from somebody's house. This is the second time cows are stolen from the same house. This matter is serious. Nobody stops anybody from eating whatever he wants to eat. Even he has freedom to eat his own domestic animals if such action pleases him. These are milking cows not intended for slaughter. Ban is there on 'Trafficking' and illegal slaughtering but not on eating. Beef is available in the free market. Where is the ban on beef sale?

C Sharath, Mangalore
Thursday, April 25, 2013

Dear Eskey, right said, its just the false propaganda these people try to market inrder to polorise vote bank and create a sence of insecurity that Govt is banning their food. Beef is so openly available in the market & in restaurants, but some only want free meals at the expense of other. Just look above for one Lydia Lobo's explanation or the Justification, can you believe it, its just looking for stone in the curd.If DoG was there then probably the mistake of the owner was he dint have a night watchman.

Only a owner who took so much pain/expenses to rare & upbring a fully grown catlle for whatever use of his may know the pain when he looses his herd in theft like this, not the one who pays 100 or 200 or whatever kg for the beef in KADRI market every sunday.

Lydia Lobo, Kadri
Thursday, April 25, 2013

Common Sharath,

I never said that the thieves are heroes because the meat they generate may eventually turn up in Kadri Market ?

A farmer rears dogs for various purposes, theft is one of them. When a theft took place at his house once, should he not have been careful ? Who allows his property to be trespassed for a second time ?

If I appear to be searching a stone in the curd, you are accusing everybody except you to be waiting in the market for a product that
is very rear otherwise ! Have you observed who are highest customers in outlets that serve beef ?

Edward C Maben, Mangalore/Bangalore
Thursday, April 25, 2013

Mr. Eskey & Mr Sharath, I did not anywhere in my comment support stealing of cows or anyones property. My point of view is that this practice of stealing may come down if the ban was lifted.

ESKEY, UDUPI
Thursday, April 25, 2013

Dear Edward, as I said ban is only on illegal 'trafficking' and slaughtering. Whatever may be the intention of the govt in that ban, people should aim at getting hygienic meat from a permitted slaughterhouse than encouraging these traffickers - that is my point. People may have to pay little extra. Be safe. Also,blaming BJP govt falsely (that they have banned eating beef) is incorrect. Hope you have understood my point of view

C Sharath, Mangalore
Thursday, April 25, 2013

Dear Edward
I acknowledge that, I only objected the reson you gave that "Govt has banned people from eating thier food.." which is not true. Its just fabricated, well now weather the Govt is right or wrong in their decision on slaughtering practices, that itself is another debate so lets not get into that.

C K DAYANANDA, MANGALURU
Thursday, April 25, 2013

ESKEY, UDUPI and C Sharath, Mangalore

Very sensible comments.

God bless you both.

R.Bhandarkar, M'Lore
Thursday, April 25, 2013

Using a swift to Stuff Cows !
Looks like they are holding a P.H.D.
in 'Stuffing'!

ESKEY, UDUPI
Thursday, April 25, 2013

Bhandarkar Mam, some Bantwal people (Pun intended) already have PHD in 'stuffing'. In my childhood days I used to be one among 10 passengers in an ambassador taxi.

pradip, mangalore
Thursday, April 25, 2013

Well said Mr. Bhandarkar.
I and my friends are busting out laughing reading about the lungi. Really good one.
My personal suggestion to you please continue writing these kind of comments rather than shaayaaris. It always a blessing to make others smile.
GOD Bless You.

Ted, Mangalore
Thursday, April 25, 2013

As a result of falling Gold prices, thieves are venturing into new business opportunities these days.

C Sharath, Mangalore
Thursday, April 25, 2013

Suzuki Swift! that too to stuff two cows ???, what an idea Sirjee, its surprising that they dint use Tata Nano instead.

We have to thank god that some people do not eat Humans. If cannibelisem exisited among some then India things would have been difficult, India's population explosion would have had an dangerous solution.

 
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