Beltangady: Ujire lodge raided, 5 women among 7 held for prostitution


Daijiworld Media Network – Beltangady (SS)

Beltangady, Feb 8: The police on Tuesday evening raided a lodge in Ujire on getting information tip-off from Rashtriya Hindu Jagarana Vedike activists that flesh trade activities were going on.

Five women and two men were taken into custody by the police following the raid.

On February 6 in the night, the lodge was raided under the guidance of SP Amate Vikram by the Bantwal police sub-division DySP Prathap Singh Thorat and his team. Later on Tuesday in the afternoon, the lodge owner was summoned by Beltangady circle inspector for an enquiry where he was issued a warning against such activities. But, it is said flesh trade continues unabated as it is suspected to be a huge racket.

A lodge in Ujire has been seized and the Beltangady police are continuing investigations to collect more information, it is learnt.

 

 

 

  

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  • Rajesh B Shetty, Udupi

    Fri, Feb 10 2023

    These businesses r running freely in star hotels, these Cops would never dare to touch them because big shots visit these hotels, also politicians. Why should these people be arrested, they're doing it for their livelihood. Moreover they r not harming anybody, not robbing anyone.

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  • Amith, udupi

    Wed, Feb 08 2023

    Private prostitution is not illegal in India, but soliciting it, doing it publicly, and owning a brothel are illegal

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  • Shankar, Mangaluru

    Wed, Feb 08 2023

    Thank God!, our superheroes did not 'rescue' any woman this time!!!!

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  • Naveen, Mangalore

    Wed, Feb 08 2023

    Gift of Modi Rule . No job so young people are doing this job to lead their life .

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  • PRAVEEN FERNANDES, mangalore

    Wed, Feb 08 2023

    Bringing PM name is neccasary in every cases....?

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  • mohan prabhu, mangalore/canada

    Wed, Feb 08 2023

    This guy shows his true colour!

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  • Rajesh B Shetty, Udupi

    Fri, Feb 10 2023

    Actually Naveen is having withdrawal symptoms. Poor guy.

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  • Prashanth, Mangalore

    Wed, Feb 08 2023

    There are plenty of jobs. These lazy bums want easy money 💰

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  • Subhash Chandra, Mangalore

    Wed, Feb 08 2023

    there are people striving hard to make a living by collecting garbage from door to door. people from other states working day and night at construction sights.

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  • prakash, Manipal

    Wed, Feb 08 2023

    Darkness under lamp is a reality around all holy places which are thronged by tourists.... Not all come with intentions to clean their souls... This is common phenomenon and also present in the close vicinity of Shabarimalai for devotees for a refreshment after their temple run....

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  • Observer, Mangalore

    Wed, Feb 08 2023

    What stopping these moral policing to restrict devdasi prostitution which is prevalent openly for centuries including in karnataka and bring shame to the community and the religion.

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  • Rajesh, Udupi

    Wed, Feb 08 2023

    First look at Nikhahalala in your homes. Devadasi is limited to few towns , unlike your worldwide phenomena 365 days.. Alas, when did you even introspect in 1000 yrs apart from butchering idolaters

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  • Nawaz, Udupi/ Kuwait

    Wed, Feb 08 2023

    @Rajesh, Could you please put some light on explaining what is Niyoga based on your vast knowledge.

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  • Rajesh, Udupi

    Wed, Feb 08 2023

    you are breaking head on something that 99% of Hndus have never heard. But you dont want to clean up your house from that halala practice.. how did you get such false pride

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  • Observer, Mangalore

    Wed, Feb 08 2023

    Get your facts

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  • Nawaz, Udupi/ Kuwait

    Wed, Feb 08 2023

    @Rajesh, The last survey by the state government was in 2008, according to which there are 40,600 devadasis. However, NGOs working with the community, and a study by the Karnataka State Women's University in 2018, show more than 80,000 Devadasi women in all (Just in KARNATAKA)

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  • Mangalurian, Mangaluru

    Wed, Feb 08 2023

    Men look for love. Women are happy to share some love. What a big deal. For a change, women are not RESCUED. They have been ARRESTED. Hopefully all are released with a warning - not to use the same lodge.

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  • Nawaz, Udupi/ Kuwait

    Wed, Feb 08 2023

    @Mangalurian, Mangaluru You said: "Men look for love. Women are happy to share some love. What a big deal". Unquote. (1) Every human being is born with natural instincts, which include protecting/respecting the dignity of self/ every other human being. If everyone sleeps with every other one, where is the dignity?. There are so many people who has the similar question as yours; but when it comes to their own family members they feel otherwise as they realize that there is really something very much wrong in it. You realize that my family members are not simply any commodities which everyone can come and consume it. (2) Some natural instincts cannot always be explained by logic. For example, no one can explain logically why the brothers and sisters can't marry if in case both of them mutually agree on that? It is simply against the nature and simply a greatest sin and you cannot give any other logical explanation to defy that idea of mutual consent. (3) Mutual consent on something sinful does not make it lawful. As an example, if someone (Mr.X) asks you (Mr.Y)to kill himself (Mr.X), then you (Mr. Y) cannot simply justify yourself if you kill Mr. X. Rather, it was the duty of Mr. Y to protect and guide Mr. X.

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  • Nawaz, Udupi/ Kuwait

    Wed, Feb 08 2023

    @Mangalurian, Mangaluru, I wish to reply to your comment that: "Men look for love. Women are happy to share some love. What a big deal." (1) First thing is that what you are referring is not Love; it is simply a Lust; without total defiance of the dignity (self/ other person's) of the human being. Human being is considered a humane if he does not consider his body as a commodity that can be consumed by anyone/ anytime. (2) Mutual consent on some mutual sinful act does not make it lawful to them. For example, if some Mr. X asks Mr. Y to shoot the former (Mr.X), then it is still a crime for Mr. Y to shoot Mr. X. Rather, It is the duty of Mr, Y to advice Mr. X to have patience before committing something wrong.

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