Nejar quadruple murder: Udupi Diocese delegation led by Bishop visits victims' house

Daijiworld Media Network - Udupi

Udupi, Nov 21: A delegation led Udupi Diocese by its bishop, Dr Gerald Isaac Lobo, visited the house of the Nejar family where a woman and her three children were brutally murdered recently. The delegation was accompanied by the representatives and office-bearers of Samanvaya Souhardha Samithi, Thottam. They condoled the unfortunate death of Haseena, her children Ainaz, Afnan and Aseem with the bereaved family members.

Speaking on this occasion, the vicar general of Udupi Diocese Monsignor Ferdinand Gonsalves expressed great shock and pain at the incident. "It is shocking that such an incident took place in Udupi, a district of intellectuals. The work of the district police who immediately arrested the accused responsible for the incident is commendable. Condolences to Noor Muhammad and his family," the vicar general said.

On this occasion, public relations officer of Udupi Diocese Rev Dennis D'Sa, Samanvaya Souhardha Samithi convenor Agnel Fernandes, members Sunil Fernandes, Leslie Aroza, Blesilla Crasta, Prasad, Prabhakar, Congress leader M A Gafoor and others were present.




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  • Subhas D.K., Mangalore

    Wed, Nov 22 2023

    When is the investigation going to conclude ? The real motive has to come out. Not simply speculations on the 'Love' angle.

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  • k b r, Mangala Uru

    Wed, Nov 22 2023

    this is a laudable move. Religious priests / preachers etc. should play active role in society, especially, consoling tragedy struck people, increasing harmony among communities, mitigating violent tendencies .

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  • Ina Carmelita Dsouza, Thottam

    Wed, Nov 22 2023

    Death brings people together, brings forgiveness and unity.

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  • Alice, Kirem / New Delhi

    Wed, Nov 22 2023

    Well done Rev. Udupi Bishop and team. Keep serving the mankind of all. We all are one.

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  • Shari, Mangalore

    Tue, Nov 21 2023

    Greatful for this action and prayers for healing the pain. Still amazed how criminal thought he will live with destruction of evidence. Sad , but warning to all families, install ring CCTV camera on the entry. Give access or entry to only authorised users inside the gate. Expensive 🫰, Reduces lively neighborhood life... But essential and crucial from safety perspective.

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  • Harold Dcunha, Mangalore, India

    Wed, Nov 22 2023

    Shari, Mangalore Criminals mind are always works out, how to destroy people and later on the evidence too. One lesson from this, all have to learn, especially the parents, never and ever allow the working colleagues of your children to visit homes. Office relationship should be in the office only.

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  • Cynthia, Dk

    Tue, Nov 21 2023

    I really appreciate this good gesture of Udupi bishop and meet mourning Noor Mohammed and his family. I really expected this from our community. This is what "sauhardathe" we speak about...Keep it dear bishop....We are proud of you.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Raheja Waterfront

    Tue, Nov 21 2023

    After the quadruple murder we should respect their Privacy ...

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  • Rita, Germany

    Tue, Nov 21 2023

    Sad.But a visit to condole the family is a good sign to show we are with you in your sad moments.Sure we cant bring back the deceased ones.But pray they may rest in peace and show our part and give help whatever possible -RIP.Giving condolence visit has no religion ,no caste or anything.

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