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Bantwal: CID forest cell officials arrest man with 26 parrots


Silvester D'Souza

Daijiworld Media Network - Bantwal (SP)

Bantwal, Jan 12: In an incident which happened at Melkar near B C Road here on Friday January 11, CID forest cell officials conducted a raid and took into custody an accused along with 26 parrots he had illegally caught and kept ready for selling. The arrested man has been identified as Abdulla Fakir (40), a resident of Melkar.

The forest cell of CID from Bengaluru conducted the raid based on reliable information. CID officials had contacted Abdulla some days back on the basis of information in the guise of interested customers, and discussed with him about the sale of parrots. He was ready with his parrots when the officials in plainclothes came to him. When he was showing to them the parrots one by one, he was taken into custody along with the birds, it is said.



A case stands registered against Abdulla in the office of the range forest officer here. Reportedly he has been engaged in the business of selling parrots since the last several years. The operation, conducted under the guidance of S S Kashi, deputy superintendent of police of forest cell, was executed by sub-inspectors, H K Ravikumar and M S Ramamurthy with the help of two other staff members.


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  • Mamatha, Mangalore

    Thu, Jan 17 2019

    Great work CID... ha ha Nice poses too keep doing . Use all your INTELLIGENCE to catch this poor Bird , snake catchers...UN should honour this OFFICIALS

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  • Peter Lewis, Kalmady/Udupi

    Sun, Jan 13 2019

    From Kindergarten need to teach about the importance of preserve the beauty of nature. Western Countries knows about it, We some Asian, African Countries never thought of tomorrow.

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  • ummar, mangalore

    Sun, Jan 13 2019

    we need to give AWARD to this Officer in coming Republic day realy, and send them to London to catch Mallya and nirav modi ....

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  • Rita, Germany

    Sat, Jan 12 2019

    Whether a Parrot or any other exotic singing bird ,people are ready to catch them and keep them in cage only for their pleasure .One day we will certainly dont have them in forest,but in our houses .These birds are habitant s of forest,have their freedom to fly around ,seek their own food,These birds cant live alone.They require always a second as pair.Only then they are to a certain amout happy.In a cage when they are not happy ,start to pick feathers and get sick.We humans too have to understand ,their freedom is like us.so dont keep them in cage.Let them free.We need not make money with birds keeping in cage.

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  • Satish, Kudla/Jakarta

    Sat, Jan 12 2019

    What about the shops that sell these birds in open @ Bangalore??

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  • Mahathma, Mangalore

    Sat, Jan 12 2019

    Catch those who acquired the land of forest illegally, cutting the forest valuable trees and selling, killing animal and birds and feast!!! these forest officers cannot trace those because they are paying LANCHA to these goon officers...no rights to punish this man

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  • Mahathma, Mangalore

    Sat, Jan 12 2019

    Why arresting? is that sin? he is taking care of parrots!!! and selling for money... catch the hunters who are rich and having political support, not this man

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  • rajesh shetty, dubai

    Sat, Jan 12 2019

    aane hidiyabekadavaru aane bala hididu vigna santhosha padeyuttiddare...
    idu nama nya vyavaste.. 20000 rupai saala tegedava kattadidre ...jailalli haktare.... 2000 0 koti rupai saala tegedava kattadidre flight hattisi foreign kalsi bidtare !

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  • Bala, Mangalore

    Sat, Jan 12 2019

    So many hectares of forest land looted by our politicians.They are roaming free.

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  • Sahil, Mangaluru

    Sat, Jan 12 2019

    Adike kadarru kalla. Anne kadarru kalla.

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  • Sahil, Mangaluru

    Sat, Jan 12 2019

    Just a matter of time. Can not expect bad time for AL thel chor at once. Time will answer who ever it may be stolen wealth from forest or nation or home. Little early little late will be trapped.

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  • Praveen, Mangalorean

    Sat, Jan 12 2019

    What will they do with these parrots which can't be free as they are fed in cage they can't search food and live...better to keep them in zoo....?

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mangalore

    Sat, Jan 12 2019

    The parrots were chanting FEKU, FEKU, FEKU inside Jail 😀😂🤣

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  • guru, mang

    Sat, Jan 12 2019

    Last stage Modiphobia...

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  • Mahathma, Mangalore

    Sat, Jan 12 2019

    Hahahaha...correct

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  • Dev, Mangalore

    Sun, Jan 13 2019

    I heard them saying pappu pappu

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  • I wish I was there, Bahrain

    Sat, Jan 12 2019

    CID, should free the parrot and free this poor man. Go try catching big fish, who are looting the banks.

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  • AMAR NATHAL, MANGALORE

    Sat, Jan 12 2019

    Loot the precious trees worth crores no one arrested. Parrots are not killed and fried just kept at home. For that we need CID team. who are thieves here?

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  • Dr. Haneef Shabab, Bhatkal

    Sat, Jan 12 2019

    They are able to catch all Fakirs,
    except ONE Phakeer! Who says hum to jhola le k nikal Jayenge ji !!
    Ameers are looting and roaming freely or flying to foreign land.

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  • SUNNY DSOUZA, MARNIMIKATTE MANGALORE

    Sat, Jan 12 2019

    CID will catch Poor people
    Police catch people without Helmet
    Mallya ,Modi are roaming freely

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  • Sathish Shetty, Mangalore

    Sat, Jan 12 2019

    Minister's office staff confesses about Rs 25.76 lac, custody extended. Owner of the money is spared.

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  • Deva, Pilar

    Sat, Jan 12 2019

    Modi Sarkar........

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  • Sanjay, Hebri

    Sat, Jan 12 2019

    This is exactly "gubbi (gili) mele bramastra"

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  • Santosh, Manglore.

    Sat, Jan 12 2019

    Great news! What an achievement? Just to catch a parrot seller we need CID team, in guise!!! Just we wasting our tax money.

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  • Evans Christopher Sumitra, Udupi/New York, USA.

    Sat, Jan 12 2019

    Santosh, Mangalore,
    I fully agree with your comment. I have parrots, love birds and exotic fishes in New York as well as in India. I don't know from which part of the country they came from but I have kept them well. We cannot blame the guy who is making a living by selling these birds. First catch the big big fishes who are out there.

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  • PEDDA GUNDOO, MANGALURU

    Sat, Jan 12 2019

    This all about Indian judicial activities they are very efficient to catch the parrot thief ! surely deserved for president medal ! guys there are so many things happening catch them not this kind of petty thief

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  • Ahmed, Mangalore

    Sat, Jan 12 2019

    Great achievement. We should be proud of these brave officers.

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  • Sanjay, Hebri

    Sat, Jan 12 2019

    Either govt should leave him alone of give him a govt job. This poor guy is at least working, feeding little birds and not looting any one. Even though in principle its an offence to that set of little birds, daily thousands of animals are kept in captive, culled. Here at least he is feeding them and no one is killing them.

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  • Lakan, Mangaluru

    Sat, Jan 12 2019

    ಮೇಕುಲೆಗ್ ಗಂಧದ ಮರ ಕಂಡಿನಕ್ಲೆನ್ ನನಳ ಪತ್ತೆರೆತಿಜಿ ....ಮನುಷ್ಯ ಪ್ರೀತಿದ ಪಕ್ಷಿ ಪತ್ತುದ್ ಸಾಂಕುನಕ್ಲೆನ್ ಪತ್ತುದ್ ಪೋಸ್ ಕೋರ್ಪೆರ್..

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  • Praveen, Mangalore

    Sat, Jan 12 2019

    These officials acting like they did very big achievement. shame on you catching a small ordinary man with some parrots .

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  • kamath, Mangalore

    Sat, Jan 12 2019

    Poor guy is caught by the police ,Let those police arrest persons who loot the forest & government money instead of arresting this poor guy

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