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Sigh of Relief: All Charges Against Daya Nayak 'Shot' Down


Sigh of Relief: All Charges Against Daya Nayak 'Shot' Down

by Florine Roche
Pics by Dayananda Kukkaje
Daijiworld Media Network - Mangalore

Mangalore, Jul 13 : Daya Nayak, of the encounter specialist fame, must be a relieved man after undergoing agony, humiliation, anguish, mudslinging and mental trauma for almost six years.  Recently, the court has exonerated him of all the charges against in the disproportionate assets case, for want of evidence, and now he can heave a sigh of relief much to the exasperation of his detractors who wanted to keep him out.  Now that Justice has been restored and Daya Nayak will be reinstated  into the service in the Maharashtra police department, one wonders who will have to held accountable for those valuable six years lost by Daya personally, the Maharashtra police department in particular and the country in general. 

Though Daya Nayak can once again walk with his head held high having absolved of the charges, on June 27, 2011, personally he paid a heavy price for being an honest and upright police officer and for having carried out a relentless crusade against the deadly underworld elements. 



When Daijiworld met Daya Nayak in Mangalore yesterday to elicit his views following his acquittal, he looked more relaxed and relieved having passed through the ordeal.  This became evident when he said “it is a great relief after 6 years of humiliation, trauma and the tag of being dishonest.  Now I want to take the entire incident positively and want to work for the department for the remaining 17 years of my service.  I am happy because finally truth has been revealed and justice has prevailed.  I want to forget it as a bad chapter in my life”. 

He went on to add “fortunately for me my superiors knew I was innocent.  But some anti-social elements wanted to see me out so that they could carry on with their nefarious activities with impunity.  They played a game but have not succeeded because I am loyal to my department and have not anything to slander its image”. 

Despite the brave words one could see the pent up emotions waiting to come out in the open and the pain he has endured all these years when he was made to sit out indolently.  But he looks much more mature and mellowed down and bears no rancor, though the vigor and determination to carry on the battle from where he was forced to stop, is very much palpable.  When prodded to tell how he dealt with this entire episode and his vindication after so many years he says “I strongly believe if there are allegations there should be enquiry.  But one has to ascertain the credentials of the person who has made the allegations before going ahead with the enquiry. 

I felt sad and at times dejected because of the criminal background of those who made allegations and their motive.  But now I am happy to bounce back and continue to work with the same enthusiasm and industriousness for which I was known for”.   The whole incident has raised many eyebrows for the simple reason that police officials who had close nexus with the underworld and those who have taken bribes openly in lakhs and crores have gone scot-free and continue to be in service.  

Daya Nayak, who hails from Yennehole, Karkala, the only non-Maharashtrian in the state police department, hit it upon big in the Maharashtra police department where underworld is ruling the roost.  He carried out a ruthless fight against these elements from 1997 onwards as they were reigning terror in the state.  With over 86 encounters and more than 1000 arrests of these bad elements Daya Nayak shot into national fame and was known with the epithet ‘encounter specialist’.  His name and fame (apart from being a non Maharashtrian) must have peeved many in the department who had close ties with the underworld and   from then onwards began a systematic plot to outmaneuver him.  That he became a victim of the orchestrated moves of the combined efforts of the law enforcing and law-breaking elements is indeed disgusting.

Though there were moves to discredit him from 2002 onwards,  it was the petition filed by a small time journalist Ketan Tirodkar with a criminal background,  alleging that Daya Nayak had links with the underworld and that he possessed disproportionate assets that led to his arrest on a non-bailable warrant in February 2006. He was arrested and was in police custody for 14 days where his own department gave him a contumelious treatment.   His arrest was given wide publicity and though the case was for disproportionate assets up to Rs. 41 lakhs the smear campaign went on alleging that assets worth about 9 crores were recovered. Within no time, Daya  Nayak who had climbed up the ladder of success by his determination and virile efforts, fell from grace due to  the deceitful acts of those who had an axe to grind. 


  

One can say during the 5 years Daya Nayak conducted himself well trying to spend more time with his family and also associating closely with the government school he has set up at Yennehole.  The public, however, knew the game well and Daya Nayak, fortunately, did not face any humiliation from them.  He is looked upon by many with awe and adulation wherever he goes. One could see people queuing up to shake hands with him or to take his autograph in public functions. This admiration from the public must have helped him during these years to get on with the reality. 

So there is an element of sincerity when he says “I did not want to give up the fight because that would have set a bad example for the youngsters who are inclined to serve the country and the police force.  I cannot disappoint them and that has been one of the motivating factors for me to keep fighting”, he asserts.  Having used to work for 18 hours a day and that too in trying to match every trick and manipulation of the underworld for so many years, sitting at home languorously was a punishment in itself and one has to say hats off to Daya for keeping him mental and physical equilibrium intact.  Known as a fitness freak, he must have found consolation in working out in the gym and directing all his frustrations there.  It shows on his well toned and well maintained body. 

Now that Daya Nayak has been exonerated one cannot help but ask this nagging question - whether his suspension was his personal loss or the loss of the state and country.  It is indeed a trifle sad and extremely regrettable that he, who had earned a name as an upright and no-nonsense police officer who sent shivers in the spines of the underworld elements, lost prime years of his service.  What about the loss to the police department and to the country during these six years? The underworld became active once again during these years  and gained an upper hand and it culminated in the tragic 26/11 incident which has led to loss of lives, property and has rendered a severe blow to the morale of the police.  Daya Nayak says “it was painful to sit at home doing nothing watching an incident like 26/11.  The pain of seeing people dying crying for help and terrorist spreading mayhem  and doing  nothing was a bigger punishment and everything else fades to insignificance”. 

One has to wait and see whether Daya Nayak will be reinstated in the crime branch which had catapulted him to fame or whether he will be shunted out to some insignificant department.  The department can keep him away from the crime branch at its own peril.  A few years ago the Mumbai Police Department boasted of 5 encounter specialists (ES’s) and over the years their strength has depleted.  The underworld was bent upon eliminating the ESs and these specialists were suspended, arrested or sent to some insignificant departments.  The last of the bunch in active service Vijay Salaskar lost his life to the terrorists in 26/11.  Now that Daya Nayak will be reinstated, he will be the one and only Encounter Specialist and the department cannot afford to ignore him. 


Though Daya Nayak emerged on the national scene as an Encounter Specialist, the man is not happy with the sobriquet and says “people call me encounter specialist which is not a good nickname.  I am not a rigger-happy man or feel happy killing people but am forced to do that because otherwise there would be much more bloodshed and mayhem.  I am just a small cog in the wheel of police department working for the good of the country”. 

It is indeed a great relief not only to Daya but also to the people of Dakshina Kannada as Daya Nayak, belongs to this place and found his way to glory through hard work.  Now he can go back to the department once again holding his head high and one hopes he continues with the good work with the same tempo and energy.  

From daijiworld archives (2007)


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  • AMAR NATHAL, MANGALORE

    Sun, Jun 17 2012

    Daya Nayak, a modern martyr, will always be remembered for his bravery and commitment. Congrats and best of success in your future responsibility.

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  • Sr. Leonita BS, Madeleine Convent Mulki

    Sun, Jul 24 2011

    Dear Mr Daya Nayak, Congratulations on the justice that you received, after so much of agonising days, months and years. May God protect you and your family members from all dangers and bless you abundantly.

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  • prashik gondane, akola/maharashtra

    Sat, Jul 23 2011

    Congratulations Sir.....keep it on

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  • sunitha dsouza , kulshekar

    Wed, Jul 20 2011

    congratulations Mr.Nayak good Bless you

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  • Vidya, Thirthahalli

    Sat, Jul 16 2011

    It gives very immense pleasure and satisfaction to me !! U r the best example that Justices still alive!! I am very glad that u kept up the same courage and enthusiasm ... U r the best model for youth !!! U deserve the best of best life daya !! God bless u ... keep up the same courage !!

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  • Pradeep Kumar,

    Sat, Jul 16 2011

    It is a great news that you have been proved clean & absolved of all charges congratulation & wish you all the best, keep doing your good work to socity, Our contry needs brave personalities like you,we the people of DK are proud of you. Once again wish you all the best and god bless you & protect you from bad elements with in & out side your working circle.Thank you Daiji for bringing this artical.

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  • haward, BAJPE

    Fri, Jul 15 2011

    Congratulation Mr.Nayak, we are happy that at last justice has been done to you:: its a word of Lord jesus: truth will set you free::

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  • Lilly, Dubai

    Fri, Jul 15 2011

    Congrats Daya sir.. I know him personally.. Now wait n watch the actions.... Since 6 years he was waiting for this..God Bless you..

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  • ratish poojari, mumbai

    Fri, Jul 15 2011

    hello to all people who seeing and reading a comment on daijiworld.. and first i will so much thankfull to daijiworld bz they take interview of daya nayak bz we like this police officer in country ..now a day who will doe good job ..this political not give to live ...i will hope daya anna will doe all people with u and god will help u and u r fanily....be happy and plaz make mumbai clean ...

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  • C.A.Mathias, Dubai, UAE

    Fri, Jul 15 2011

    As a police officer, sounds good killing underworld & wanted people. For that we must congratulate him. What about the nexus between underworld, Police dept, govt & officer Daya???

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  • Cyril Mendonca , Mumbai/Dubai

    Fri, Jul 15 2011

    Congratulations Mr. Daya Nayak. Mumbaikar needs your service, take charge immediately. All the best & God bless you always.

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  • Rajyalakshmi Sharma, New Delhi

    Thu, Jul 14 2011

    DAYA ANNA,
    YOU ALWAYS MADE PEOPLE OF D.K DIST PROUD WITH YOUR ACHIEVEMENTS ,NOW THAT YOU HAVE COME OUT OF DIFFICULT DAYS SUCCESFULLY ,NOW YOU ARE POLISHED DIAMOND ,WHO ALWAYS SHINE IN THE COMING TIMES .

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  • Moinudin Handel, Yennehole

    Thu, Jul 14 2011

    Congrats and god bless you....

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  • NAUFAL, MALLUR

    Thu, Jul 14 2011

    Congratulation daya anna,come to Karnataka and encounter corrupt politicians.We want Karnataka clean

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  • H.Rathnakar Bhat, Mangalore/Hubli

    Thu, Jul 14 2011

    Congratulations Sir, Hope to see you in action very soon, Mumbai Police Dept really needs the super cop like you. All the best we hope that count down starts very soon.

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  • NASRULLA SULTAN, MANGALORE/DUBAI

    Wed, Jul 13 2011

    well said Charles D'Mello, Pangala.it miht be their plan. you can trust rowdy's.we can change them.but not police.

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  • S M Riyaz, Goa/Dubai

    Wed, Jul 13 2011

    Great news hope to see him in action as soon as possible.He is inspiration to many youth in our country.Keep going Dayaji.God Bless you and yours family.

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  • Charles D'Mello, Pangala

    Wed, Jul 13 2011

    Mr. Daya...now that you are clean..please dont get into the service where by all dirty human beings are involved...! it may be their plan to kill you .  Incase if you decide to join...use your GUN on all those people who acted against you and not on the rowdy's..atleast rowdy's have some clear cut agenda than our police..!!

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  • satheesh, udupi/dubai

    Wed, Jul 13 2011

    yes sir u r my hero....u make us proud....big salute to u...

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  • Albert Gonsalves, Mangalore / U.A.E.

    Wed, Jul 13 2011

    Wish you the best of luck for the remaining years U serve with the police department. God Bless U and your family for the difficulties endured the last 6 years. May he keep U safe as U are precious to our nation.

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  • arif bava, kaup / Abu dhabi

    Wed, Jul 13 2011

    Perfect cop/personality, you made proud mangloriens.Keep it up SIR.

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  • Umesh Nayak, Parkala/Lagos, Nigeria

    Wed, Jul 13 2011

    Congratulations Mr. Daya Nayak. It is not easy to work in a public office, if someone is honest.
    It is open truth that antisocial elements with vested interests will play all tricks to get rid of persons with chaste character.
    I wish you all the best in your future endeavors.

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  • hema, Mangalore

    Wed, Jul 13 2011

    Congrats Mr.Daya...keep going good works...expect great works from u.

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  • Wilson DSouza, Paladka

    Wed, Jul 13 2011

    Dayanna, Satya Epala Gendundu.

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  • Adv. Harry D'souza, Mulki / Mumbai.

    Wed, Jul 13 2011

    Law only permits the police officer to use the weapon for his defence when somebody attacks with deadly weapons. There are so many criminal sorrownding us, in some cases they have been acquitted and some cases they have been covicted. A police officer who is given authise to protect the citizen can kill him?. No always crimnals should be caught and put the law into motion. Our is nation with legal system not lynching system.

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  • Sunitha, Managalore

    Wed, Jul 13 2011

    Congratulations and best of luck Daya Sir

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  • Narayan shetty, yennehole/bermuda

    Wed, Jul 13 2011

    Congratulations and all the best

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  • roy, carlo loretto

    Wed, Jul 13 2011

    congratulations mr nayak.aab thak chappan! 100 pura koro kadam koro under world ka thamasha... part 2 begins

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  • Purushotham Nayak, Udupi, Alevoor

    Wed, Jul 13 2011

    Dear Daya Nayakji
    Congratulations. God is great.
    Wish you good luck in future.
    Regards,
    Purushotham Nayak, Muscat

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  • Purushotham Nayak, Udupi, Alevoor

    Wed, Jul 13 2011

    Dear Daya Nayakji
    Congratulations. God is great.
    Wish you good luck in future.
    Regards,
    Purushotham Nayak, Muscat

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  • sunil poojary, Mangalore

    Wed, Jul 13 2011

    Anna congratulations.God is great.Hope , one day even our own Ashwini Akkunji will also prove her innocense.

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  • vittal Poojary, Padubidri / dubai

    Wed, Jul 13 2011

    We the people expect that Daya Nayak to be re-instated in Police Dept. But the corrupt elements in Mah. Police / Govt. will see that he does not get a posting he deserves. They will put him in some non-field job. Because the corrupt criminals and politicians do not want brave and honest police officers like Daya Nayak in strategic posting. They always prefer coward, corrupt and selfish officers.

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  • Anil, Mumbai/Dubai

    Wed, Jul 13 2011

    He is brave, but in the process he minted money, it's a well known truth. Shagird is somewhat showing crime branch reality. Here, everybody is khaki criminals. Only the difference is Mr. Daya is doing some charity work, others not. Jealousy in the department, made Mr. Daya, Nayak to khal Nayak.

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  • kevin, Mangalore/Mumbai

    Wed, Jul 13 2011

    Good Job Daya. India needs honest citizens like Daya/Justice Hegde (lokayukta)/Rebeiro (Ex Police Com of Mumbai)to clean Corrupt,Cruel,Criminal system

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  • Joshila, Mangalore

    Wed, Jul 13 2011

    Sir, Its really good to see you back in police department. Please eliminate the anti social elements. I wish you all the best and may god bless !!

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  • Anil , Dubai,Mangalore

    Wed, Jul 13 2011

    Daya - "Anna" good to see him ...
    simple cop...

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  • Jaimini P.B., Manipal,Sharjah

    Wed, Jul 13 2011

    Congrats Sir.Finally,SHAAPA VIMUKTHI ! I read Daya Nayak's 8 Encounter stories in the novel "D CO." Two of the encounters are good for Bollywood cinema.In one case he identified the sharp shooter by his cap in the open Mumbai Bus Stand. He pumped all bullets into shooter's chest when sharp shooter fired at Mr.Nayak.Daya Nayak survived because of bullet proof jacket,but one bullet hit him in the thigh area.I think Daya Sir's one of the best encounters of his life.

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  • Jennet Prescilla, Mangalore / Muscat

    Wed, Jul 13 2011

    Please accept our hearty congratulations Mr. Daya Nayak. Your sincerity and integrity paid at last. Extremely sorry for the valuable time lost and the mental anguish suffered by you and not forgetting your family too. However, Almighty has seen you through this difficult times. We pray that Almighty God May bless you and your family abundantly for everything you have done and will be doing for the betterment of the society. We will keep you in our Prayers so that no harm may come to you and your near and dear ones in your mission. May there be more people like you in the Society. MAY GOD KEEP YOU IN THE PALM OF HIS HAND AND BLESS AND GUIDE YOU. AMEN.

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  • Sanjeev, Udupi / Bahrain

    Wed, Jul 13 2011

    Congratulatuions, Daya. Your first target now should be Pramod Mutalik, the insane corrupt creature.

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  • Mark, Udyavara

    Wed, Jul 13 2011

    Honesty is the best policy!

    For loss of 6 years, all responsible should pay up 6 folds!

    Need of the hour for INDIA is to eliminate corrupt officials. They are the main cause for the poor standards & fate of INDIA.

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  • sheikh abdulla, Hejamadi , Bahrain

    Wed, Jul 13 2011

    Congratulations Dayanna!

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  • Ronald Tauro, Bejai, Mangaloe

    Wed, Jul 13 2011

    It is easy to say congratulations to Daya Nayak, but the amount of pain and suffering he went through for the past 6 years is beyond one's imagination. It's purely out of jealousy these kind of trouble a man undergoes who is truly capable of doing anything in his life. I truly put my hats off to you Sir, because you kept your physical fitness by releasing your stress in the Gym. May the good Lord bless you and keep up the good spirit. I truly wish to meet you personally if time permits. Best of luck

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  • HENRY MISQUITH, M'lore/Bahrain

    Wed, Jul 13 2011

    Namashkar Dayaji,
    CONGRATULATIONS!
    Plz forget bad things in past as a bad dream. Wishing u all the best in the year to come. May your days be filled with sunshine and beautiful colours. We are waiting to see you back in police uniform.
    All the best.
    Henry Misquith
    Bahrain.

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  • Alexander P Menezes, Karkala/Dubai

    Wed, Jul 13 2011

    I see many readers, addressed him like Sir, Great man, and Hero etc. are basically commenting through the information that they read from the media hype created for Mr. Daya Nayak. Yes, the question is who do we hold responsible for the 6 years loss of his career? I am sure with a thorough introspection Mr. Daya Nayak will an answer to this question.

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  • Alexander P Menezes, Karkala/Dubai

    Wed, Jul 13 2011

    I am glad to see Mr. Daya Nayak relieved of all those cases filed against him and getting back to normal life. I am sure it must have given him a lot of moral support and relieved him of the stress that was built inside him over the past several years. I am proud of Mr. Daya Nayak because of his courage and his daring attitude that he showed during his tenure which earned him a nick name “Encounter Specialist” and earned him fame with few movies shot after him in Bollywood. I am sure no one will have the guts to fight criminals with gun in hand even if you are paid lots of money.
    I don’t call him a saint nor do I give him a clean chit. One must remember a saying “There is no smoke without the Fire”. There are two elements which I am sure, Mr. Nayak must have gone through his professional life as a Police Officer. One being, without accepting money from illegal sources, he couldn’t have functioned as a police officer in a city like Mumbai and built a school and acquired so many asset bases (Not in his name), and the second element is, if he had acted honestly and not accepted funds from these sources, then he would not have survived so long and shot to fame in the Crime Department. It is a different issue that none of these charges got proved in the court because of witnesses turned hostile and evidences were conveniently and intentionally destroyed, by which Court could not convict him of any wrong doings.
    I see many readers, addressed him like Sir, Great man, and He

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  • Stany Robert, Nitte/karkala

    Wed, Jul 13 2011

    Congrats Dayanna. God Bless. Come to Karanataka and shoot our politicians dis time..God Bless you.

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  • KRPrabhu, Mangalore/Bangalore

    Wed, Jul 13 2011

    @Jossey Saldanha,Mumbai/Mapusa
    Encountering corruption is not Daya Nayak's forte!
    He will eliminate criminals only.

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  • Ronald D, Udupi

    Wed, Jul 13 2011

    Congratulations Daya Nayak. Finish the underworld before they take upper hand!

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  • KRPrabhu, Mangalore/Bangalore

    Wed, Jul 13 2011

    "Face is the index of the mind"
    Daya Nayak's body language says his commitment to weed out criminals from the civic soceity.
    God bless you Nayak.

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  • N.P.S, mangalore

    Wed, Jul 13 2011

    Hats off to you SIR!!!!! you are now required to Mangalore more than Mumbai..... pls come to Manglore on transfer and make it a state of peace ... may god grant you good health , peace to you and your family .Sir or my dear people if you really sit and think of mangalore ... now mangalore has gone to DOGS ... bring back to HUMANS ....

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mapusa / Mumbai

    Wed, Jul 13 2011

    Congratulations Mr. Nayak.
    You should now be posted in Karnataka to encounter corruption.

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  • Ashok Kotian, Mangalore/Mumbai

    Wed, Jul 13 2011

    Congratulation Mr.Nayak, we are happy that at last justice has been done to you and your family. India needs honest people like you to clean the present system.

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  • capt.cornelio, udyavar

    Wed, Jul 13 2011

    Daya anna has to get his physical fitness back to be in action.Thanks to Aroop Patnaik for getting daya back into police force.hope you will make kannadigas proud by doing a excellent job in mumbai police.Good luck

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  • Ritesh Pinto, Mangalore

    Wed, Jul 13 2011

    Great news!!! Hope our" encounter specailist" gets a deserving post in the Crime branch itself. All the best sir!!! PLease continue your good work and be careful of these anti social elements!!

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  • Dinesh Kulal, Mangalore

    Wed, Jul 13 2011

    Sir, Its really good to see you back in police department. Please eliminate the anti social elements. I wish you all the best and may god bless !!

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  • RAHUL, MANGALORE

    Tue, Jul 12 2011

    WHAT A PERSONALITY.

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  • Ummer KunhiMK, Perinje/Dubai

    Tue, Jul 12 2011

    CONGRATS SIR,GO AHEAD WITH FULL SWING,U LIKE GREAT OFFICER SUPPOSED TO BE IN KARNATAKA POLICE,PEOPLE WILL NOT FORGET URS PRO SOCIAL HEART eg.. Yennehole school was built ed by u in the memory of ur mother! Jai ho DN!

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  • rameez, udupi/muscat

    Tue, Jul 12 2011

    Congratulation Mr. Daya nayak. India needs your service. All the best.

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  • nitin shetty, mangalore

    Tue, Jul 12 2011

    Finally the justice has been done, continue your good work for the country Daya anna.

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  • salvador noronha, Andheri

    Tue, Jul 12 2011

    It is a proud moment not only for you Mr. Nayak but for all the people OF DK. If you are honest in your deeds God will not let you down. All the best.

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  • callen dsouza , bendur

    Tue, Jul 12 2011

    congratulations sir waiting to see you back in action in full form

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