Mangaluru: Firing during anti-CAA protest - Final hearing on August 11


Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (SP)

Mangaluru, Aug 8: A magisterial inquiry had been ordered into the firing which claimed two lives during the anti-Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) protest in the city on December 19 last year. The final phase of the magisterial hearing has been scheduled for August 11.

When the police opened fire at the protesters who reportedly were causing disturbances, two people, Abdul Jaleel, and Nausheen, were killed. Udupi district deputy commissioner (DC) G Jagadeesha, who has been appointed as the magisterial inquiry officer, said in a release that people have time till August 11 to submit documentary evidences or record statements.


Udupi DC G Jagadeesha

People having information about the firing incident or those who were eyewitnesses can appear personally at the office of the sub-divisional officer here located in Mini Vidhana Soudha building at Hampankatta in the city between 11 am and 1 pm on August 11. Jagadeesha made it clear that thereafter, no statements or evidences will be accepted from the general public.

 

 

  

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  • Shankar, Mangaluru

    Sat, Aug 8 2020

    What enquiry?
    Just give a medal to SP Harsha for containing the violence in such a short time.

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  • Prabhu, Karkala

    Sat, Aug 8 2020

    Exactly. We are fortunate to have such a great officer.

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  • AMAR NATHAL, MANGALORE

    Sat, Aug 8 2020

    Just one clarification would shed more light to what the report says: what has happened to the police officer who said why no one was killed. All know his identity as the video clip was widely circulated.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Sat, Aug 8 2020

    After Covid-19, Unemployment & Inflation No-one is interested in CAA ...

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  • A.M.Belma, Mangalore

    Sat, Aug 8 2020

    In fact the CAA protests too showed the true colours of the minority unity. If you have observed carefully, its obvious that some preferred to remain mute spectators and resorted to bashing on the internet the next day.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Sat, Aug 8 2020

    A.M.Belma, Mangalore
    Just remember one thing "Pen is mightier than the Sword ...

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  • A.M.Belma, Mangalore

    Sat, Aug 8 2020

    You can personally visit and tell it to the near and dear ones of the people who lost their lives in the protest.

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  • Alan Dmello, Mangalore

    Sat, Aug 8 2020

    Jossey, I have seen you commenting from 2013 . What difference or changes , has it made to Cong or anyone else for that matter? The influx of minorities into JDS and BJP minority morchas is really alarming.

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  • Pravin, Udupi

    Sat, Aug 8 2020

    Yes. Even New Zealand terrorist would have followed this.

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  • Mohammed, Mangalore

    Sat, Aug 8 2020

    Mr, A.M. Belma, I agree with you, they only provoke and instigate protests , when it comes to realy action, the ground reality is something else.

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  • Pacific Heights, Mangalore

    Sat, Aug 8 2020

    No one was interested even when protests took place. A section of the die hard Cong were only internet karsevaks screaming online.

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