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Friday, July 12, 2013 10:40:28 AM (IST)  

Udupi: Well of Brahmavar police station disappears!

Udupi: Well of Brahmavar police station disappears!

Suvarna Brahmavar
Daijiworld Media Network Udupi (SP)

Udupi, Jul 12: The protective wall and platform built around a wall located within the premises of the police station at Brahmavar have disappeared all of a sudden. The incident occured on the night of Wednesday July 10.

This was noticed by a woman, who approached the well at around 8 pm that day to draw water from there.

The well here had been dug many years back when police quarters were constructed. The protective wall around the well was also built then.

Even the pump set and pipes fitted to it have been sucked into the well.  A water tank located near the well now faces the prospects of collapsing. Because of rainy season, repairing of wells becomes highly impracticable because of deep standing water.

Revenue officials visited the spot, and estimated the loss to be about three lac rupees, said station house officer, Girish Kumar S.



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R.Bhandarkar, M'lore
Saturday, July 13, 2013

Sundari Bai
Ashoknagardu Kulludhu Onjonje Budpaar Athe?
Yenka Eerna Mith 'Panda Tappu Yenere Balli'! Doubtu Oondu Ye!!

Edwin Nazareth., Shankerpura. Udipi
Friday, July 12, 2013

This is what currupted Engineer and Govt official involved in this contract work, he built well compound with sand only not using any redstones, remain money both party shared, I request Lokayuktha should involved in further investigation and punish the culprits.

sundari ashoknagar, Mangalore
Friday, July 12, 2013

Commentators get well soon!

paul dsouza, balakunje
Friday, July 12, 2013

There is one very nice HINDI moveis similarly incidented named "WELL DONE ABBA"....one must watch.

Justice Smith, Dubai
Friday, July 12, 2013

Steevan Dubai
what kind of vaccum you are talking obout What is vaccum.
As rain and water level increased and the mud bacame wet could not take the weight of wall that was built without foundation.End result structure collapse. No Majic . No casulties thank god

Anil, Mangalore/ Dubai
Friday, July 12, 2013

What is special into it, these are the unavoidable incidents happening during rainy season...
I don't understand it making headlines

Lawrence, Bangalore
Friday, July 12, 2013

JOKE OF THE DAY!!!!!!!!!!

steven, dubai
Friday, July 12, 2013

Its a very plain physics as the vaccum pressure builded due to the rise in water that it has to blast the upper soft portion.

Boniface , Mangalore
Friday, July 12, 2013

Kindly note " Revenue officials visited the spot, and estimated the loss to be about three lac rupees "

If this well belongs to any farmer, they same revenue officer would have estimated the value and compensation around Rupees 10,000 which includes the commision of granting and paying officers.

These Chameleons change their color very fast.

DINESH SHETTY, PADUBIDRI/DUBAI
Friday, July 12, 2013

I THINK THERE MUST BE SOME GHOST LIVING IN THE COMPOUND.POLICE TRIED
TO CATCH IT.SO WHILE RUNNING IT FELL
INTO THE WATER ALONG WITH WALL.

vashal, Mangalore
Friday, July 12, 2013

"beliye hola nungidatante" Sarvanjna!

Allen, Mangalore
Friday, July 12, 2013

Thank God, the well itself did not disappear!

G R PRABHUJI, BEJAI
Friday, July 12, 2013

Wait for few days,then automatically well also will disappers.Why so much hurry?

ANNONYMOUS, Mlore
Friday, July 12, 2013

Nothing new
So many things have disappeared from police stations.

Navin, Brahmavara/Bahrain
Friday, July 12, 2013

I think this well was built in around the period of 1975-78. I still remember when we were kids we used to go to nearby as few of classmates used to stay in police quarters. Good old memories.

Aloka Nath, Bengaluru
Friday, July 12, 2013

Kodagana koli nungitha haage katteya baavi nungitha ...
police buddhi baavigoo...

Ahmed, Mangalore
Friday, July 12, 2013

A temporary wall should be built around well immediately to avoid any further mishaps. Any person or animal could fall into this open well by mistake.

KRPrabhu, Mangalore/Bangalore
Friday, July 12, 2013

These type of disappearance of the border of the well is expected in monsoon period when there is unbatted rain if the top portion of the well in the ground level is not built by granite/latrite stones. In Gerukatte village in the town (opposite Paimams building)in Belthangady tq this type of misphap happened souple of years back.Still people can see this.

Felix Gonsalves, Mangalore
Friday, July 12, 2013

Hope the Police Department doesn't charge an FIR..

Jerry Moras, Calgary, Canada
Friday, July 12, 2013

From the layers of the mud shows that mud around the well is filled one not actual mud that existed before Meaning mud need to settle down for many years and right now at that place mud density is low. Hence, there is no way that wall would have remained.

Secondly, wall was built by not private venture but govt. Hence, it had low and substandard engineering and poor quality of work. If the well contracted from bottom to top with stones properly erected well would have sustained.

May be I would have helped to build if I was that place. I did have little exposure to this kind of work during my childhood days.

R Mallar, Kasaragod/ Dubai
Friday, July 12, 2013

Local BJP leaders accused that the wall was constructed during previous Congress regime and insisted on a enquiry about the corruption took place in the tender.
Congress alleged that Sangh Parivar did a Modi on the well and made it disappear.

simple, Bangalore
Friday, July 12, 2013

Mallar, Kasargod, Dubai
Simple, Bangalore

And it came to light that the Congress with BJP taken into confidence had given the contract to one Mallar from Kasargod, who is not to be......anywhere....
I thought there were only two parties involved. Suddenly third one cropped up...!!!
Always there are links, links and links...

sunil, mangalore
Friday, July 12, 2013

now siddu will ban well also i guess :)

sri, mangalore
Friday, July 12, 2013

No !there will be an additional tax on the well

"ALL IS WELL "

 
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