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Wednesday, June 05, 2013 5:52:21 PM (IST)  

Sullia: Youth from Virajpet arrested for 'abduction' of minor girl

Sullia: Youth from Virajpet arrested for 'abduction' of minor girl

Daijiworld Media Network – Sullia (SP)

Sullia, Jun 5: The personnel of the local police station have arrested a youth from Virajpet on charges of kidnapping a minor girl and hiding her.

The accused Shivappa (24) has been handed over to the policemen of Kodagu district.

Pooja (16, name changed) from Cherambane, Kodagu, and Shivappa from Virajpet, were in love with each other. It is said that the girl was introduced to Shivappa through a relative from her mother’s side. The two developed a relationship in course of time.

On May 24, both Pooja and Shivappa went missing.

Based on a complaint filed at Virajpet police station, the policemen began investigation. They found that the mobile tower signals gave the location of Shivappa’s cell phone as under the area covered by the BSNL mobile tower at Adkar near here. This information was passed on to the Sullia police, who swooped on the residence of Naveen from Peralu in Mandekolu village, after making enquiries, and succeeded in finding the lovers there.

Naveen is said to be a friend of Shivappa, and as such, had sheltered the couple at his home. As the girl happens to be a minor, Shivappa is facing the charge of abduction.


Comments on this article
Peter Pereira, Pune
Thursday, June 06, 2013

Where are you Eshwarappa ? Is this 'love Jihad ?' Looks like Mr. Crocodile face is gone to Kaashi.

RHN, USA
Thursday, June 06, 2013

Im Sure Jeevan & Bollu would say, "This is bcoz of Congi Govt..."

LOL !!

abdul samad, mangalore
Thursday, June 06, 2013

HERE WE MISSING JEEVAN MANGALORE COMMENTS

simple, Bangalore
Thursday, June 06, 2013

Instead of making this affair turn into a tragedy, parents should relent and ask the boy, in front of police authorities\panchayat committee if he is ready to marry that girl right away (It will be difficult for her or her parents to get anther boy to marry her, for a longtime to come unless there is someone with very modern outlook on such things.
Marry them off. Their action suggested they wanted to live together. Parents help them settle down i\o starting blame game, which may result in something serious.

Sampath, Mlore/ Blore
Thursday, June 06, 2013

Cheluvina Chittaara....... Parents especially of girls must give right education to thier children when they come to age.... as such kind of incidents are increasing.

Girls of this age donot know what world is.... and there are chances that they may fall into the wrong hands and ruin thier life....

tony francis, Udupi
Wednesday, June 05, 2013

Hi Jeevan, Mangalore, Please Jeeva Bittu Nodu, Sullia is a BJP territory man better tell your Bosses there to look into the matter, instead blaming congress.

CYRIL MASCARENHAS, KIREM/MIRA ROAD/DUBAI
Wednesday, June 05, 2013

YE ISQUE HAI BHAI ISQUE HAI...SHIVAPPA HAS NOT DONE ANY MAJOR CRIME...DONT MAKE THIS IS A BIG ISSUE..AND DONT ARREST HIM.

Francis, Abu Dhabi
Wednesday, June 05, 2013

I suggest let both lover parents engage them with wedding knot...

Suresh, Karambar
Wednesday, June 05, 2013

Mobile Ka Dhush Parnima on youth proved.

Ashish, UAE
Wednesday, June 05, 2013

Love Kamala???

Sachidanand Shetty, Mundkur/Dubai
Wednesday, June 05, 2013

I found nothing wrong with these lads except the Mobile Tower which gives right signal regarding whereabouts of culprits. I think, after few days, our Political Leaders will make a complaint with Central Ministry of Tele Communication to remove the Mobile Tower by giving radiation problem.

Bollu, Mangalore
Wednesday, June 05, 2013

Actually adulthood of 'gals' to be decreased from 18 to 14..on that time they almost matured..ready to elope with boys..without any much problem.

While plying youngsters..just remember not to carry 'mobile' along with u.. just same in 'well'.. wherein no signal ever reach..only quack sound receive of 'frogs'..!!

jeevan, mangalore
Wednesday, June 05, 2013

Oh god.... adduction of minor girl ? that too under congi govt ??? why congi mum now to handover Sowjanyya case to CBI ??? which was so aggresive before election..

antony arun d'souza, dubai
Wednesday, June 05, 2013

It's a special case of EK DUJE KE LIYE.Luckily it didn't end up with KAYAMATH SE KAYAMATH TAK.

Bollu, Mangalore
Wednesday, June 05, 2013

Be sure while running..don't carry ever mobile..!!
Throw mobile in a 'well'..let 'signal' reach down to frog..!!

Sabir Sabir, Dubai
Wednesday, June 05, 2013

Mr.Bollu after that police will catch to frog?

Joslyn Rooswelt, Mangalore
Wednesday, June 05, 2013

what a criminal mind bollu.........
now I came to know...

Langoolacharya, Belman / Washington,DC
Thursday, June 06, 2013

Bollu,

This( co-habitation of mobile with frogs in the well) is your opinion or experience???

Jai Hoooooo

 
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