Mangaluru: Condemnable if police showed disrespect to Quran – J R Lobo


Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (SB)

Mangaluru, Sep 4: MLA J R Lobo condemned the incident where it is alleged that police showed disrespect to Quran and tore Madrasa books while conducting a search in a house in connection to the murder of RSS worker Sharath Madivala. 

Addressing media persons on Monday, September 4, Lobo said, “If the allegations against the police are true, they are highly condemnable. Police should be careful while handling such cases. They should not hurt the sentiments of any religion. A detailed investigation should be conducted into this incident and truth should come out at the earliest. I will write to IGP Hemanth Nimbalkar to look into this issue.”

“Anyone at fault, be the police or the complainant, should be punished. We do not want tension in the society. We should respect every religion. The Congress party endorses such views of secularism,” he added.

Corporator Lancelot Pinto and other Congress leaders were present.

  

Comment on this article

  • SMR, Karkala

    Mon, Sep 4 2017

    Few months back West Bengal went to flames because of similar incident. I appreciate Muslims of this region for showing utmost patience when religious feelings has been triggered.

    Everyone loves his religion he has born. India is the nation we all proud of given right to practice religion by our constitution.

    The law enforcement department of undivided Canara is in scrutiny for many years. It is openly acknowledged Sangh parivar leaders in the past expose by 'Cobra post' which is yet to be investigated.

    As per my feeling no practice Muslim will disrespect his holy book as shared by the media. If law enforcement department has clips of raid then it is wise to share with the religious heads to defuse the tensions.

    It is no doubt that law enforcement need major reforms. As far as Mangalore concerned it needs shuffle from top to bottom of all ranks. It needs to be represented by all religions equally for better transparency and law enforcement.

    Mr.J R Loba as a representative of his constituency are genuine. It need to corrected before the hell of fire showers from the Almighty.

    Jai Hind

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  • Shankar, m

    Mon, Sep 4 2017

    Allah will not spare those who have shown disrespect to the Holy Quoran and the ones who supported them.

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  • lukas, malpe

    Mon, Sep 4 2017

    Is there any CCTV footage simply cant blame police department for throwing religious books it happened only in Saudi Arabia other then QUARAN they throw all religious books. may be some people wants disturb social harmony.

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  • Satish Kumar, mangalore

    Mon, Sep 4 2017

    What type of politics it is, useless .
    he is diminishing the police power though he is in the Govt.

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  • Sachidanand Shetty, Mundkur/Dubai

    Mon, Sep 4 2017

    Lobo Mamu....trust your police dept before you make any comments like this..... We know election is nearing but it doesn't mean that you need to play politics like this

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  • Surendra Poojari, Mangalore

    Tue, Sep 5 2017

    In Karnataka, everyone knows who plays politics. Lobo just told that whoever guilty will be punished may be it's police or the muslim family. You guys just support bike rally by useless goons. What you know about problems of the people here. For you it's just like a movie but here common man has to suffer. For loss of public property it's we who pay for it and not your masters the Bhandara Jumla Party.

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  • Praveen, Mangalore

    Mon, Sep 4 2017

    Mr Lobo should not have interfered in the investigation matters. Police department already showed video as proof .

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  • Mahesh, Uppala

    Mon, Sep 4 2017

    This shows Congress will not allow to have fair investigation by Police, earlier it was Kidney failure, now something else. But their intention is same !

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Mon, Sep 4 2017

    Karnataka Police are good at chasing Cows but will never doctor a Video ...

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  • Mangalorean, Mangalore

    Mon, Sep 4 2017

    Mr Lobo ..please read the news item on daijiworld where the police have produced a video showing no offence by police...why still doubt the police...??

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  • Gangaram, Moodbidri

    Mon, Sep 4 2017

    Read this also what Lobo has said.

    “Anyone at fault, be the police or the complainant, should be punished. equal law for both...

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  • Aravind, Blr

    Mon, Sep 4 2017

    And if MF Hussain painted objectionable paintings, it is freedom of expression. Sad!

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  • Santosh R, Mangalore

    Mon, Sep 4 2017

    and if ex censor board chief pahlaj nahlani the man who vowed to 'clean up' Indian cinema, produces Julie 2?

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  • thousif, manglore bolar

    Mon, Sep 4 2017

    so u people give him punishment while kick out of india to u.a.e..

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