Udupi: Coast guard police issue lookout notice for terrorist hiding in Malpe area


Daijiworld Media Network – Udupi (JD)

Udupi, Aug 25: Coast Guard Police have issued lookout notice for a suspected terrorist believed to be in Malpe area. 

According to the police sources, there is possibility of terrorist being in Malpe or surrounding areas. As the coastal belt is always under threat and the coast is an easiest way for the terrorists to enter the country, police have asked the public to be alert and inform the department if any suspicious activity is observed.


 

Source said that a Pakistani terrorist has escaped from Tamil Nadu and is suspected to be hiding in coastal area. Police have posted copy of lookout notice in Malpe port, Malpe, and surrounding areas asking people to report immediately if the suspect is found.

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  • Ruben Pinto, Mangalore/Australia

    Sun, Aug 25 2019

    Why would a terrorist come from Tamilnadu to Maple? other than light house and coconut trees nothing else in Malpe.

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  • Edward Maben, Kudla

    Mon, Aug 26 2019

    Possible. A lot of people from Tamilnadu work in Mangalore and malpe ports. Someone might have helped him get here

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  • Prathik, Udupi

    Mon, Aug 26 2019

    Once if they enter into ​the state ,than it's not so difficult for them to reach cities like Bangalore from udupi, Because entering the country is the biggest challenge for them.

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  • Jaimini P.B., Manipal,Sharjah

    Sun, Aug 25 2019

    No need to worry...Once Terrorist tastes our Bangude or Kaane Fry, then he will quit terrorism field and settle in fishing field....It is really funny Coast guard police issuing lookout notice..!! Do they want Public to catch Terrorist and handover to them ?? ..

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  • Sunil Pinto, Dubai/ Udupi

    Sun, Aug 25 2019

    Question now is whether this 'terrorist' speaks urdu, Kashmiri, Tamil or Tulu?

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  • SANNU, Udupi

    Sun, Aug 25 2019

    If terrorist mixes Urdu, Tulu, Malayali and kannada then he is internal terrorist.

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  • H. Almeida., Bendur/Andheri

    Sun, Aug 25 2019

    Pakistanis terrorists, entered Mumbai city, from the Arabian sea..... created mayhem, destruction, killing hundreds of innocents.. This operation to flush out, this Jihadists, will certainly not be easy, as the coastal areas are a known safe haven, provding a convenient hideout.... The public must report any unusual activities, Hope and pray that the almighty will deliver us from the hands of these rabid elements !!!!!!

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  • Francis Lewis, Kallianpur

    Sun, Aug 25 2019

    Tamilnadu to Malpe that is unbelievable. Next from Malpe to Karachi?

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  • Nitin, Koteshwara

    Sun, Aug 25 2019

    Mr.Francis...some years back nearby your junction terrorists are holed-up in one of apartment. Latter on police whisked them at night without knowledge of others. So keep watch in surroundings. Limit the in-take for somd time..so that can able to glance clearly terrorists.

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  • Cynthia, Kirem

    Sun, Aug 25 2019

    😆😆😆...

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  • k b r, Mangaluru

    Sun, Aug 25 2019

    Bhakths have to come out of fb, twitter, stop false posts for some time and fan out in coastal areas to look for these anti-nationals....it should not become another pulwama..where military goes out and attacks after the damage is already done...Bhakths have patriotic frenzy, will catch anti-nationals, they are in very large numbers...they can do this easily...

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  • GM, Mlur

    Sun, Aug 25 2019

    Now a days difficult to believe any news. Why police has to publish this news and make it public? Why they (responsible people) do the job secretly and catch the terrorist?

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  • MM, Mangaluru

    Sun, Aug 25 2019

    What does it mean by escaped? Detain those collaborators first for investigation who help them to escape.

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  • Hari, Mangalore

    Sun, Aug 25 2019

    They should hire Malpe Vasu to find this terrorist. He is the best detective in town.

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  • k b r, Mangaluru

    Mon, Aug 26 2019

    is he better than Doval

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  • Pacchu, Pumpwell

    Sun, Aug 25 2019

    Keep aside political difference, now its time to be unite and fight for safety and security of our selves and our nation.
    Jai Hind.

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  • Shankar, Mangaluru

    Sun, Aug 25 2019

    Police should raid the 'most probable hiding places' immediately.

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  • Sunil Pinto, Dubai/ Udupi

    Sun, Aug 25 2019

    Start by raiding all the malpe gadangs and bars

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  • KUMAR, calicut

    Sun, Aug 25 2019

    Mr. Shankar you are 100 percent right. Last week only police arrested collaborators of ISI and they belong to BD. These traitors should have all the knowledge about any pakistani hiding. Police should do thorought interrogation with them to know the truth. They are involved in such activities earlier also but our law treated them an son in laws and released them.

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