Mangaluru: Police arrest one for sporting fake ‘press’ sticker on car


Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru

Mangaluru, Apr 6: One person was arrested for unauthorized and fraudulent use of ‘press’ sticker on his four-wheeler.

The arrested has been identified as Hussain Ali (58), a resident of Viveknagar, Bengaluru.

On Sunday, April 5, at around 6:45 pm, an Innova vehicle with registration number KA 52 M 4268 was moving suspiciously.

When checked, the car was sporting fake ‘Press’ and ‘The Hindu’ sticker on the rear windshield. Kankanady town police station personnel took the accused into custody. A case was registered against him and the vehicle was seized.

  

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  • Karuna, Bangalore

    Tue, Apr 7 2020

    Best punishment, publish the photo of culprit, so that public come to know who this cheat is.

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  • Ayub malpe, Bahrain

    Tue, Apr 7 2020

    what happened to the policeman who beat a priest in subramannya..?
    No news after his suspension.!
    We don't want this time to our policemen. Let them do the duty.
    Salute to mangalore police.

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  • J.F D SOUZA, Attavar, Mangalore

    Tue, Apr 7 2020

    Check all the vehicles that has stickers "PRESS". The Police will come to know everything. Under the guise of this sticker many misuse their vehicles. Book them and confiscate the vehicle.

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  • Mohith, Mangalore

    Tue, Apr 7 2020

    Third degree treatment is the only way to control such virus getting out of control.
    Even the capital punishment should be imposed on such culprits.
    Jai Hind.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Tue, Apr 7 2020

    Yetha Raja Tatha Praja ...

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  • Ashraf, Mangalore

    Tue, Apr 7 2020

    Should put them behind bars.

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  • Pinto, MANGALORE

    Tue, Apr 7 2020

    I had to run from pillar to post n this could design a fake press poster and print it... Smart guy. .. let's preserve these extraordinary brains after the pandemic has vanished

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  • Citizen, Mangalore

    Tue, Apr 7 2020

    This is a great shame and entire press groups will face consequences as it will be made madetory for them from now on to get checked by local authorities at the check points unless and otherwise they are known to the local enforcement team on ground.

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  • Ambrose, Mangaluru

    Mon, Apr 6 2020

    This guy should be put in Wenlock hospital where the COVID 19 patients are kept. So that he realises and never in his life does such things in future .

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  • Manoj, Kavoor

    Mon, Apr 6 2020

    FYI the bank employees also hav a letter in hand which is signed by the Regional Manager as authorised by DC. So unawareness shldnt b d basis for conclusion. Bank employees r doing a commendable job, kudos 2 them. All other fake id card holders must be criminally prosecuted and vehicles seized and auctioned. Go well, Mangaluru Police.

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  • VISHUKIRAN FERNANDES, Kalasa

    Mon, Apr 6 2020

    They think they are fooling the police by doing so, when infact with such a contagious disease like Corona, they are fooling themselves by travelling unnecessarily.

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  • Dylan, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 6 2020

    There might be many more. I cannot understand the bank employees cars have their bank name and mentions essential service. Anyone can print and stick a A4 size on the cars.

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