Udupi: Police confiscate tipper transporting illegal sand

Daijiworld Media Network – Udupi (MS)

Udupi, Feb 18: PSI Prasanna and personnel from the Padubidri police station confiscated a tipper truck transporting illegal sand on Saturday morning.

While on patrolling duty at Karkala junction, PSI Prasanna and the team noticed a tipper truck loaded with sand. When the truck driver failed to stop upon request, the police team initiated a chase. The driver eventually halted the vehicle at Yermal and managed to escape.

Upon inspection, the police discovered three units of sand valued at Rs 15,000 without any accompanying permit. The incident highlights the ongoing efforts to curb illegal sand transportation in the region.




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  • Arman, Udupi

    Sun, Feb 18 2024

    Udupi BHATTA kingpin of sand mafia, why don't police catch him ??

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  • Ajay Rebello, Kallianpur

    Sun, Feb 18 2024

    Some angry at dc

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  • real kujuma, kodial

    Sun, Feb 18 2024

    bahu paraak Siddaraya...your efficient administration has kept the police on toes..they were used for nonsense communal work by the previous government...jug ju jiyo Sathya devathe...nimage koti koti namaskara....please announce burnol bhagya for andh bhakts...keep one vehicle with burnol tubes always stationed at car street....demand is more there..

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