Kundapur: Mortal remains of missing man found in Sita river

Daijiworld Media Network – Kundapur (MS)

Kundapur, Sep 23: The mortal remains of a man, who went from home saying that he is going for fishing in Sita river and went missing, was found in the same river.

The deceased is identified as Udaya Naika (43), a resident of Avarse Doddahaklu Heskunda. He was a mason by profession.

On September 19, Udaya went out of the house saying that he is going for fishing in Sita river but did not return home. When the locals and family members searched for him, his body was found in Sita river at Kiradi of Avarse village.

It is suspected that Udaya must have accidentally slipped and fallen into the river. A case in this connection is filed at Kota police station.






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  • real kujuma, kodial

    Fri, Sep 23 2022

    man looks well built and generally there is very rare chance that a fisherman will drown in river...must have killed himself....due to inflation and high price of commodities..should have waited till 2024..suvarna yuga of india will begin under Rahul..or Mamta

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  • Anand, Surathkal

    Fri, Sep 23 2022

    Thank you for refreshing the mind and mood in the morning. In Suvarna Yuga gold will be sold on the footpath like olden days. I am really waiting for that era.

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