Puttur: Men, women of different religions at tourist spot face objection


Daijiworld Media Network - Puttur (SP)

Puttur, Feb 24: Eight women and four men from different communities had come together at Beeramale Hill, a tourist spot near here. Activists of Hindu outfits, who objected to this, sought police intervention.

The incident happened on the evening of Sunday February 23.

Eight women of Mysuru origin had come to the town to attend a marriage. During this visit, Ummer Hasin from Puttur Volathadka had carried them in his car to Beeramale hill. Four more young men arrived there in a Kerala registration car.

Activists of the Hindu outfits, who came to know about it, went there and took the girls into task. Later, they handed the people to the police, who questioned the young men and women, it is gathered.

 

  

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  • G M Hegde, Udupi

    Mon, Feb 24 2020

    No use of blaming the girls. Fault lies with their parents who have allowed them to go with these radicals whose ultimate aim is to enslave & convert or have fun.

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  • Netizen, Mangalore

    Mon, Feb 24 2020

    Swamiji, the pontiff of Nidumamidi Institution karnataka , who was facing death threats in the past from Hindu fringe groups, has said once that the Manuwadi system was the single biggest threat to the integrity of the country.

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  • Ajay Rebello, Kallianpur

    Mon, Feb 24 2020

    This is clearly a case of political==economic aspirations of these jobless goons. Can't see any way that these incidents will decrease.

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  • Pbhat, Puttur

    Mon, Feb 24 2020

    Police should give strict warning to such activists for wasting their precious time.. Pathetic and scary.Some one should educate them.

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  • Azeez Vittal, Dubai

    Mon, Feb 24 2020

    It seems like radicalism is growing in coastal Karnataka.Is there any law or act that prohibits going tour with people from outside my religion.It's people who created problem for those tourists should have been taken into custody for questioning.Police should act as per law and order not according to these extremist outfits rules.

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  • Alwyn, Mangalore

    Mon, Feb 24 2020

    Why can they not do the same when poor, orphan, injured, or beggar in their area? Can they take them to their place, give a bath, and feed them? I hate people who always tell that they are Hindus, Muslims, Christians, and do all evil acts. They are cancer to society and terrorists to the world.

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  • Rathan, Mangalore

    Mon, Feb 24 2020

    Alwyn
    Why you expect them to do the thi gs you want ? Who prevented you from doing /helping poor /helpless etc etc

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  • Saurabh, Udupi

    Mon, Feb 24 2020

    Even married couples from Udupi are scarred to visit Mangalore because of these activists. You go to Panambur, Sultan Battery, Pilikula, Kadri Park or anywhere, these unemployed activists are there to watch and disturb. Mangalore will not improve till these monkeys are exist. You have to carry medicines to contain these monkeys.; but it's not peaceful tour. Than what tourism the Minister was talking about, when tourists even have no freedom to talk !!

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  • H. Almeida., Bendur/Andheri

    Mon, Feb 24 2020

    This distrust, suspicion, hatred, after 72 years, of our independence, confirms the fact irrevocably, that alienation between the majority and the minority communities, is a very harsh reality !!!! The present scenario of confrontation will further increase hostility in our nation !!!!

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  • Everest, Kinnigoli

    Mon, Feb 24 2020

    This been brewing dacades ago.lies ,disrespect to minority.very shrewd modus operandi.private issue full of lies but liked by all.all minority can do is to prove thier wicked motive

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  • Clara, Mangalore

    Mon, Feb 24 2020

    Very well done police . Good Job . Their parents also should know about such things of children .

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  • Subhan, Kerala, Thrissur

    Mon, Feb 24 2020

    They dint do anything wrong there...
    They went tere with their parents knowledge
    ..who the hell r you even to judge them..
    We are talking here about uneducated idiots like you

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  • Clara, Mangalore

    Tue, Feb 25 2020

    They did totally a big sin . Their parents would be so much tensed and repenting for their children for roaming with that person .Who the hell are you to even to encourage such activities . If you are so much eager about such activities you support for ur children's and later cry and repent . Who the hell are you to justify such sins . We have seen many incident in pasts eventually what are the consequences that happened .You are from Kerala few days back ur own CM lashed on 2 organization you should only know who are they . So don't show ur heroism .We are talking about uneducated rogues like you . Well done those people who complained police .If you are frustrated on them no issue , they give a dam to people like you .

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  • Manvit, Mangalore

    Mon, Feb 24 2020

    family girls go with other religion boy for picnic, then no one will object.

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  • abdul munim, mangaluru

    Mon, Feb 24 2020

    At one end, minister bayi baduka ravi calls for improvement in tourism. On the other hand these chaddis do not allow anyone to even talk. How it is possible.

    In Kudla also once rickshaw chaddi fellow asked more money from foreigner. ONly Beedi industry will flourish in the nationalitic zone, Bihar of dakshina Kannada Puttur, Sullia and Beltangady.

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  • dk shetty, mangalore/Oman

    Mon, Feb 24 2020

    Put these hooligans behind bar for 3 months, who has given them authority to meddle in the affairs of others. This does not happen in other cities, and unfortunately we are the most literate but sadly un educated.


    This will only bring disrepute to our karavali.
    All these thukde-thukude gangs must be obliterated for the greater good of our nation.

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  • Indian, Mangalore

    Mon, Feb 24 2020

    Why is this happening only in Mangalore? Maybe the height of unemployment.

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  • Rajesh, Manglore

    Mon, Feb 24 2020

    Central should take serious action against this issue how they can simply object visitors, then who will come and how we will develop our tourism places if like this activity happen every day. Who has given rights this goons to stop. People should weak up for this issue otherwise it is too late.

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  • Neha, Dk

    Mon, Feb 24 2020

    This is the main reason why Mangalore is left so behind.. no MNC, no company wants to come up.. no tourists want to visit us.. and we have travel out of Mangalore for good jobs as there are no good jobs available here..

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  • Jagdish, mumbai

    Mon, Feb 24 2020

    hill station unknown keralites ?

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  • Aloysius, Kinnigoli

    Mon, Feb 24 2020

    jealousy people
    this is the result of uneducated and unemployed.

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  • alwin, Mangalore

    Mon, Feb 24 2020

    freedom to move is required permission of outfits .what department is doing ? why out of order people cannot be booked for defame?

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  • shailu, kolkatta

    Mon, Feb 24 2020

    Mera Desh Badal Raha Hai AB Sahi Jaa Raha Hai Court has give rights for peaceful protest to all and if there is no wrong intentions no one need worry

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  • Hussain, Abu Dhabi

    Mon, Feb 24 2020

    Activists of the Hindu outfits should work for intelligence agencies. Why waste talent on mickey mouse things.... Kuch bada karo !!

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  • peacelover, India

    Mon, Feb 24 2020

    Unemployment is at it's peak. Poor unemployed men do not have anything to do.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Mon, Feb 24 2020

    I wonder if India has become Taliban ...

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  • Sainik, Mangalore

    Mon, Feb 24 2020

    please ban this outfit and let people live in peace.

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