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Dharwad: Gun-wielding youth vandalizes college campus, no complaint lodged


Daijiworld Media Network - Dharwad (SP)

Dharwad, Oct 8: A youth reportedly barged into the campus of a prestigious college in Hubballi, threatened the students by pointing a gun at them, and vandalized the campus. The young man happens to be the son of an RTC activist, and no official complaint was lodged with the police, it is learnt.

Sources say that the youth, who was not a student of this college, frequented the college campus. On October 4, he had some misunderstanding with the students over a fashion show organized at the college and angry words were exchanged. The college students had sent him out after hitting him, it is said.

Angered by this development, the man returned to the college campus the next day, and turned his gun towards the students seated inside the canteen. Reportedly he vandalized the place and assaulted the students. His actions were recorded by the CCTV cameras at the canteen.

Hubballi-Dharwad police commissioner, M S Nagaraj, said that he came to know about the incident through the media and that no case was registered about this incident so far. He said he has instructed the inspector of Vidyanagar police station to investigate the issue and to organize peace meeting if some disturbance had happened.

 


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  • Hanif Mohammad, Sharjah

    Tue, Oct 9 2018

    BUT WHAT IS "RTC ACTIVIST" MEANS?

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  • Haneef, West Africa

    Tue, Oct 9 2018

    Surprise no case ? All cases reserved for Muslims!

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  • jhanavi, Udupi

    Tue, Oct 9 2018

    Strict action should be taken .. or else it will set an example for all small rivalries and even our country will become like US where a person will enter schools colleges and satisfy his angry mind by shooting others...

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  • AMAR NATHAL, MANGALORE

    Tue, Oct 9 2018

    Gun-wielding youth in college campus and no case registered? I think we are becoming a goonda-raj.

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  • Rita, Germany

    Tue, Oct 9 2018

    What is this?A young man ,son of some acrivist comes inside where he doesnt belong with a gun ,threatens,vandalize ,and not yet any complaint lodged?More ashamed is police didnt even take any action against this goon.Is a complaint needed to such action?Why are they there ?To give protection to the citizens.He should be immediately given a warning and taken to task.whoever he is ,he must too obey to the rules and laws accordingly.Gun doesnt belong in childrens hands.Does he have a licence to it?Police should findout.when not immediately punishment .a warning must be given.Most probably police have fear his father?Tomorrow he may threaten rest of nations citizens,thinking father is at his back.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Mon, Oct 8 2018

    We don't need a Uttar Pradesh in Karnataka ...

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  • Bala K, Manganese

    Mon, Oct 8 2018

    See the Cc TV footage will vanish like other high profile cases.Our police is good at this.

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  • Rathan, Mangalore

    Mon, Oct 8 2018

    Result of "no govt" in the State.good for nothing PC wants peace meet? File a case under goonda act on sumoto basis and deport him to Bellary jail

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  • David Pais, Mangalore

    Tue, Oct 9 2018

    w/o b coming violent file a case bhakta in silent.

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  • Alwyn, Bangalore

    Mon, Oct 8 2018

    He said he has instructed the inspector of Vidyanagar police station to investigate the issue and to organize peace meeting if some disturbance had happened.

    ---Look at the statement of police commissioner. Why organize peace meet?...why not arrest the culprit if he has vandalized the property and threatened students and that too with gun..? So police will act only if someone complaint even having CCTV footage?

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  • Dev, Mangalore

    Mon, Oct 8 2018

    Brandishing any weapon in public or any place if not for self defense is a crime, why police want a peace meet?
    In Bantwal, Baddakatte a person wielding a sword was caught & imprisoned, does law differs for different category people?
    Why no investigation when cctv video has the vandalism recorded?
    Which politician is behind that person?

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  • bala, Mangalore

    Mon, Oct 8 2018

    See this high profile cases how the police behave.Put him inside and grind.These kalla police and politicians fear of so called RTI activists.Have an internal links between them.

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  • Tell The Truth, Mangalore

    Mon, Oct 8 2018

    Just check whether he possess licence. Why at home keep gun to reach children. During riots some bullets do not carry numbers. Difficult to find out kisne goli chalayee. Aadmi qatam..Investigation prolong..for years.

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  • Orton, Mangalore

    Mon, Oct 8 2018

    He must be misguided Bhakt.

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  • MOHAN, KUDLA chicken

    Mon, Oct 8 2018

    even ttaht si is pure feku jumlaa bhatkth. he got up from media news . strange si.

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