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Kundapur: Torching of shop, vehicles - two held guilty of charges


Daijiworld Media Network - Kundapur (SP)

Kundapur, Dec 6: The additional district and sessions court here has found that the charges levelled against two persons in respect of a case of setting shop and cars on fire have been proved. In this particular incident, a shop and some vehicles were torched at Gangolli near here three years back.

The court said that it would pronounce the quantum of sentence on December 10.

Muhammed Junaid and Welding Jaffer from Gangolli have been found guilty in this case. They were charged with setting fire to a shop, Venkateshwara Stores, and a godown attached to it, which were owned by Venkatesh Shenoy on Gangolli main road on January 21, 2015. They also had torched cars parked in front of the house, before fleeing.


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A police team led by the then Byndoor police circle inspector, Sudarshan, conducted probe and arrested the accused. They were charged with offences under sections 451, 436 and 427 of Indian Penal Code in a case registered in Gangoli station, and charge sheet was filed in the court.

Judge of the additional district and sessions court here, Prakash Khanderi, who conducted hearing, concluded that the charges levelled against the two accused have been proved. He announced that the quantum of sentence would be made known on December 10.

District public prosecutor, Prakashchandra Shetty Belur had argued the case on behalf of the prosecution.


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  • Ambi, Mangalore

    Thu, Dec 6 2018

    2 one liners...

    India is Hindu rich country..
    India is regarded as third world country

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  • Sanjay, Hebri

    Thu, Dec 6 2018

    Followers please enlighten us.

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  • Namith, Kottara

    Thu, Dec 6 2018

    hutta guna "suttaru" hogadu

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  • Kamal, calicut

    Thu, Dec 6 2018

    How about one Complex consisting of various shops was looted and burnt. Not a single person is booked or arrested on the issue. While the complex was burnt police were stationed just 25 meters away. It was well planned as power was cut deliberately at the time. Many politicans visited the spot and justice was promised, but nothing happened. The loss to Venkatesh Stores is nothing while compared to the loss occured when the complete complex was burnt. Why is this double standard. Is this because the complex belong to certain community. Is the law has 2 faces? How can we trust the law then? Why justice is not done to the complex owners and none is arrested? I doubt that burning of venkatesh stores is preplanned just to blame people from certain community. Footage from CCTV is not clear and none can identify the person who is torchi9ng it. If in case he came there to torch why he should torch only a small portion. Why did he put fire to just one tyre instead of pouring kerosene on complete car. There is something fishy and i doubt it was planned by insiders only. In case judgement is done on this issue then court should take issue of burning the complex also and real culprits should be brought to justice. Justice denied to complex owners is like justice denied. This is unfair.

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  • Raju, Karkala

    Thu, Dec 6 2018

    Handle them in Yogi style

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  • M.S.D, Mangalore

    Thu, Dec 6 2018

    Inform Police also before 3days of this incident, another shop was burnt & crores of Rupees loss.

    Why Police are unable to trace single Culprit.?

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  • Abdul Aleem Faroqui, Karkala

    Fri, Dec 7 2018

    A Police Inspector was killed couple of days ago and this is how your Yogi is taking UP to great heights isnt it? Busy changing names...

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Thu, Dec 6 2018

    Minimum 5 Years ...

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  • James Philip D sa, Belman/Kuwait

    Thu, Dec 6 2018

    They should be charged for the loss of income from the shop for the last three years.

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  • kamal, calicut

    Thu, Dec 6 2018

    Mr James, you are right in saying that They should be charged for the loss of income from the shop for the last three years. I think it will better to be charged for the loss of income for life. At the same time i think you will recommend award to the cuprits who torched the complex few days ago. I wish you be Chief justice who can give fair judgement.

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  • shan, dubai

    Thu, Dec 6 2018

    Good judgement....... Who will take responsibility for the loss during bandh called by political, religious parties?????? who will punish them?????

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