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Bantwal: Five people injured in stone pelting on seven buses


Mounesh Vishwakarma

Daijiworld Media Network – Bantwal (EP)

Bantwal, Jun 25: Miscreants pelted stones on four buses in Bantwal town and rural police station limits since last night. Five people have been injured in the incident. Some miscreants pelted stones at three buses in Puttur also.

The injured are identified as bus driver Pratap(28), Sheenappa (46), school children travelling in the bus Valin Maria(15), Sakshi(7) and Sushma(14).

The stones were hurled on Monday night and Tuesday morning at various times. The pillion rider on a bike had pelted stone on KSRTC bus on Monday night at about 8.45 pm at Bhandaribettu, B C Road when the bus was plying from Dharmasthala to Mangaluru. The glass in front of the driver’s seat was shattered. Similarly two miscreants who came from Melkar on bike pelted stones near Panemangalore in front of Mandovi Showroom at 8.45 am on Tuesday morning on a bus that was on its way from Mangaluru to Puttur. The front glass of the bus was shattered into pieces causing injuries to driver Pratap. A police case stands registered in this connection.

In yet another incident, two miscreants on a bike pelted stones on a bus moving at Balthila Kudrebettu on Tuesday morning at 8 am. Driver Sheenappa(46), passengers and school children Valin Maria(15), Sakshi(7) and Sushma(14) who were injured, have been admitted to nearby hospital. All the three cases are registered in Bantwal town police station. Sub-inspector Chandrashekhar is investigating the case.

In the fourth incident, stones were pelted on a KSRTC bus near Shamboor, Shediguri early morning on Tuesday. Driver Kochappa Hegde has said that the miscreants had come on bike here also. Circle inspector Nagaraj and SI Chandrashekhar are investigating the incident in the leadership of ASP Saidul Adavat. Mangaluru additional SP Vikram has been guiding them. No arrests are made yet.

From Puttur

Stones were also hurled on two Kerala state government buses which were plying from Puttur to Kasargod and one Karnataka state government bus in the morning. The stones were hurled on Kerala state government buses at Urimajalu and Maira near Kepu. Karnataka state government bus was stoned near Vittal KSRTC bus stand. Kerala state government stopped services after the incidents.    

 

 

 

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  • Haneef, Mangalore

    Wed, Jun 26 2019

    Police know very well who is the stone throwers. They are waiting orders from kpb.

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  • El En Tea, Mumbai

    Wed, Jun 26 2019

    Who are those byke riders caryying stones
    We cannot blame or tatget particular community

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  • prasad, mangaluru

    Wed, Jun 26 2019

    BD activist arrested. so followers gone mad

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  • Chandu, Karla

    Wed, Jun 26 2019

    Looks like these incidents are deliberate attempts to create trouble and to test the law enforcement authorities ability to track down the culprits. Time for the police to prove their mettle in tracking down the culprits and punish them sternly. Put them behind bars for minimum 5 years until all charbi gets melted.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Wed, Jun 26 2019

    Catch these stone pelting guys & break their legs ...

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  • Rajesh. D., Manglore, Dubai.

    Wed, Jun 26 2019

    Break their hands also, if not they will come in car & pick up vehicles next time and will throw the stones again.

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  • H. Almeida., Bendur/Andheri

    Wed, Jun 26 2019

    Why are youths, pelting stones, destroying public and private infrastructures ?? Are they fighting for insurgency, with visions to create a state for a community, likewise in Jammu and Kashmir ??? The situation is extremely potent for the nation....... The Central government, must now awake up, neutralize these secessionist evil forces, before the situation gets further murkier !!!!

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  • Rita, Germany

    Wed, Jun 26 2019

    What was the reason for stone pelting?Doesnt people understand that at last passengers and drivers will be injured and on the cost of taxpayers?Govt.buses are also atleast the last hope when private buses are striking for poor people?who will pay for injured childrens treatment?Govt buses are compelled to run .

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  • Sanjeev Kamath, Udupi / Seattle

    Wed, Jun 26 2019

    AHINDA movement is gaining momentum!! This BLOOD TERRORISM has to stop!!
    The founders should be incapacitated!!

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  • PEDDA GUNDOO, MANGALURU

    Tue, Jun 25 2019

    These are from BJPeeee goons to show poor law and order maintained in the state and dispose the current government ! but who is the victim here ! this is a cheap politics by people like NALEINE and SHOBHA KARANGDGALAGE OR GOLIBAJE !

    BOD SHEERA SIDDHA ! GO and enjoy the TIPOOO JAYANTHEEEE you will punished by the INNOCENT BLOOD WHICH IS STILL CRYING IN NETHRE KERE ! You are calling him Tiger he is a KATTE PELI

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