Mangaluru: Viral video of woman dumping garbage into river – Car seized, case filed


Update

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru

Mangaluru, May 1: Police took quick action in the incident where a woman was seen throwing garbage over the fence of Netravati bridge. A video of the incident had gone viral on social media on Saturday May 1.

Kankanady police seized the car and filed a case responding to a complaint filed by senior health officer of Mangaluru City Corporation. The police have also requested the district magistrate to file case under Disaster management Act as the occupants of the car were not wearing masks.

It may be recalled, in the viral video, a lady was seen coming out of a car and hurling a plastic full of garbage over the fence into Netravati river. The video enraged netizens and many demanded the culprits to be booked.

 

Earlier report

Mangaluru: Video of woman dumping garbage into Netravati river goes viral - Netizens demand action

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (ANK)

Mangaluru, May 1: A video of a lady throwing garbage over the fence of Netravati bridge is going viral on social media.

In the said viral video, a lady is seen coming out of a car bearing registration number KA 03 NB 4648 and hurling a plastic full of garbage over the fence into Netravati river.

Earlier this year, NGOs had launched clean up drive with the theme ‘Namma Netravati Namma Javabdari’ and cleaned the trash alongside national highway 66. Noticing the noble cause, few organizations and other NGOs too have voluntarily joined hands for the same.

The video has enraged netizens and many have demanded the culprits to be booked. A few termed them as ‘non-civic’ citizens.


 

 

 

 

  

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  • Rakesh, mangalore

    Mon, May 03 2021

    Does anyone know how the garbage is disposed?

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  • Naveen Andrade, Bangalore

    Mon, May 03 2021

    I wonder how the driver got his / her licence. You put hazard lights only if your vehicle has broken down About garbage throwing - problem is they do not care and the majority too do not. Its sad

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  • Rita, Germany

    Mon, May 03 2021

    I am sure this lady who threw garbage in Netravati ,must have been on their way back home,and must have thrown rest garbage what they had in their car.Still they could take it home or could throw where a dust bin is there.We must become more educated and civilized.Thats way we show our offsprings about civilization and importance of our surroundings.I am sure not only this lady thrown garbage there bot also our mangaloreans and other people too.Thatswhy we need not show finger to this lady onlyUnfortunately she was caught on camera and whole discussions started.

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  • jebin, dubai

    Sun, May 02 2021

    Those culprits who throw garbage into river, they should take it back from the river. Don't allow rescuers to pick it... SO SHAME ON THESE CULPRITS, MAKING OUR CITY UNCLEAN. STILL THEY DON'T HAVE SENSE THAT WE ALL ARE SUFFERING WITH DEADLY VIRUS TILL NOW..

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  • A.P, Mangalore

    Sun, May 02 2021

    Shameless people. ...They should be heavily fined... .

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  • Kishan, Kudla

    Sun, May 02 2021

    Deceptive in thought and mind = Deceptive in actions Feel pity on them and where they have come from... Only outsiders can do this

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  • Flavian, Mangalore/Kuwait

    Sun, May 02 2021

    Sirf paise aane se aadmi nanhi sudrega, pehele to soch babdala chahi hai. Huttu guna gatta hathidare sa hogokilla😂

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  • k b r, Mangala Uru

    Sun, May 02 2021

    they will tell that they threw garlands, flowers, God's photos etc. which cannot be thrown elsewhere... people are genius in inventing 'reasons' and justifications...

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  • Monty Dotor, Mangalore

    Sun, May 02 2021

    @Lavina their surname is Nayak ,the car is confiscated according to news reports. Jossey, they are educated and not from UP. Many have commented on "their" husband - husband in singular do they mean polygamy...

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  • J.F.D SOUZA, Attavar, Mangalore

    Sun, May 02 2021

    Though they are of rich class but they are poor in mind. No proper culture and civilisation

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  • Nishan, Mangalore

    Sun, May 02 2021

    Penalty should be impose in such a way that they should think twice before doing any such kinda act and also public should know what happens if they do such smart move... thanks to the person who made this video hats off to him and also to poolice department .. thank you

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  • Sunil K, Mangalore

    Sun, May 02 2021

    Most Indians keep their houses clean but don't take care of the environment. There are some who are lazy too. Notice these very people fall in line in foreign countries where littering laws are stricter and harsh punishment are the norm. If you have ever been abroad, you will notice that at food courts of malls, after eating your meal you are supposed to pick your food trays and dispose of waste items by yourself n the bins and leave the trays in the rack - does that ever happen here in India ?

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  • rahulraj, kadri

    Sat, May 01 2021

    The car belongs to lady from coastal karnatka who is maybe living in bengaluru...maybe a migrated soul....this shows the bad culture of coastal people who migrate to ghattada city and cause disgrace to hometown

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  • Roger, Palimar

    Sat, May 01 2021

    No vehicle should be allowed to stop on the bridge.... it's an obstruction for free flow of traffic. Authorities must install CCTV cameras with a sign stating no stopping on the bridge at any time. Violation will result in hefty fines....

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  • Sanjay, Hebri

    Sat, May 01 2021

    There are many factories which pollute rivers every day, i am not supporting this act of these people, but when will these big police take action on these factories who pollute rivers??????

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  • Jack, USA

    Sat, May 01 2021

    How can we be sure that it was garbage on those bags that were thrown into the river?.

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  • Riyaz, Mangalore

    Sat, May 01 2021

    Doesn't matter whether it's garbage or something else, they shouldn't throw anything to river as per disaster management

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  • Jack, Usa

    Sat, May 01 2021

    I meant ..maybe they were trying to throw away some crime evidence ...?

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  • Loy Mathias, US

    Mon, May 03 2021

    The contents are in a plastic bag. Throwing garbage is bad, throwing plastic bag in the river is even worse.

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  • AD, Mangalore

    Sat, May 01 2021

    This is sad. But lets not be so aghast this happens so much everyday everytime or else how can the beaches be overflowing with plastic garbage. At least let all of us who read and comment here will pledge not enumerate the lady ourselves .

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  • Sandy, Udupi

    Sat, May 01 2021

    There are many comments here saying that govt.s should provide dustbins in the road. That concept is gone. If you are a resident, then waste has to be sorted at home and disposed off as per municipal rules. If you are travelling , take your waste to whichever place you are going and dispose it there. Waste bins can be provided at public places like parks, beaches or touristy places but not on roads. If dustbins are kept on roads, there will be a mountain of garbage in and around the bin as our people would rather travel some distance away from their residence to dump garbage than pay the small amount to municipal waste collectors. Our culture of cleanliness stops at our compound wall. We are not bothered outside of it. Till that changes, nothing else will change.

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  • Sheldon Andrade, Mangalore

    Sun, May 02 2021

    Well said. All of these things they teach at school. What's the use? And we want to be treated like developed countries. Where is the development if we lack basic sanitation sense?

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  • Anand R, Mangalore

    Sat, May 01 2021

    Once there was a culture that respected nature. Now that is a cheap practice. Thanks to westernization

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  • Alan, MANGALORE/U.S.A

    Sat, May 01 2021

    Anand R. , you are wrong. It is not westernization. It is your Indian Mindset.

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  • Ramesh Masand, Uchila

    Sun, May 02 2021

    Please think before you comment, otherwise you look like a fool. Have you been to any western countries? Or China? Or Srilanka? Or the Middle Eastern countries? And it’s not that we as Indians are not capable of keeping our Country clean. Look at some of the newly developed private residential layouts or our Malls. We are capable. We just don’t care… Forget about our public spaces and property, look at our religious places after a festival… We don’t even repect our Gods’ dwelling. We have governments teaching us hate other religions to take forward their narrow political agenda. We are being taught nationalism, but what sort of nationalism??? Respecting our land and our public assets is a form of nationalism. The present government started Swach Bharat with a bang. Nowadays it’s a forgotten programme. Looks more and more that it was a political gimmick, not a long term strategy. Shame on us Indians, with our long history of culture. Look at some of the upstart cultures and their respect for nature and their surroundings. And,before you blame someone else, look within yourself. Maybe some of the anwsers lie there…

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  • Joan, Mumbai

    Sun, May 02 2021

    Please define Westernisation per your understanding. Hope it is not confused with exact opposite-how we tend to prove ourselves to be not devwloped/Westernized by such shameful acts.

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  • Azeez, Mangalore

    Sat, May 01 2021

    Should arrange more covid hospital beds in ICU,

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  • Sheikh M, Mangalore

    Sat, May 01 2021

    Culture begin from their home, how to clean their mind and surroundings. They always bark their desi culture , bakts cannot understand. They should send to gulf countries to see how they keep clean their surroundings and roads.

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  • tds, Manglore

    Sat, May 01 2021

    Husband is lucky... not in the car👻

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  • Anand, Surathkal

    Sat, May 01 2021

    It is better if some visible dust bin is provided at entrance point of any bridge. I don’t support her action but some people don’t want to dispose pooja related waste into general dustbin and prefer to put it in flowing water. But for present days it is not good. All water bodies are badly polluted.

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  • Maxim, Mangaluru

    Sun, May 02 2021

    Why should Pooja related things be dumped in rivers ? Once used everything is a garbage. If one doesn’t want to dump that in garbage bins , stop using it or recycle it. You can’t make exceptions. Bus drivers do throw flowers into river while passing bridges which shouldn’t be allowed. We have no business throwing anything into the rivers

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  • Vishal, Mangaluru

    Sat, May 01 2021

    Good Work Sir👌👌👌

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  • Mervin, Mangalore

    Sat, May 01 2021

    Make this people to clear the wastages from the river bank side and then the give then the car back..

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  • Dinesh, Udupi

    Sat, May 01 2021

    May be she throw the food for river fishes...???

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  • Cheeku, Bangalore

    Sat, May 01 2021

    So I will throw leftover Biryani inside from your house window and tell it was food for you and not garbage😆

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  • Harish Hegde, Mangalore

    Sat, May 01 2021

    These people are behaving as if they are disable, put them behind bar at least for 6 months plus a hefty fine should be made to pay.

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  • Ajay Rebello, Kallianpur

    Sat, May 01 2021

    Clean agencies don't recycle they merely take to remote locations and dump which is just as bad for environmentally.

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  • Veer, Nagpur

    Sat, May 01 2021

    They should file a counter case suing MCC to return municipal tax for not providing the service.

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  • John Tauro, M'lore

    Sun, May 02 2021

    MCC has placed large dustbins all over the city. One need not go to the river or sea to throw his/her garbage.

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  • H. Almeida., Bendur/Andheri.

    Sat, May 01 2021

    These so called, educated, well heeled, believe that they can contemptuously flout, basic civic laws with ease... Let the authority impound their vechile.. Moreover these louts, must be made to clean streets, daily for 6 consecutive months !!!!

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  • Daniel, Mangalore

    Sat, May 01 2021

    Action taken because video became viral otherwise it wouldn't have been a daily routine only...

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  • Ramesh, Udupi

    Sat, May 01 2021

    Make them clean the street for a month will be the good punishment for such acts.

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  • Veer, Nagpur

    Sat, May 01 2021

    Why govt should fine these people and take them for task if govt has not provided adequate facilities to dispose off garbage by receiving taxes from them?????.......Let the govt utilize this money to even clean up Nethravati now.

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  • Rita, Germany

    Sat, May 01 2021

    Veer Nagpur,you are asking why should MCC fine them if govt has not given the facitlities?why should one go till Netravati river with a car to throw the garbage ?Does everyone go to the Netravati to throw garbage ?Everyone has too responsibility of think of their garbage how and where to throw.Be self activ .and seperate your garbage first accordingly.and can ask MCC how and where to dispose.Instaed of going to Netravati ,can also go to a dumping bin set from MCC or govt.vegetable wastage can be put in a compost at home.set one bin at home for compost and plastic extra.Why not fine them when their thrown garbage be sort out and clean by others?I am sure as seen here the maid who threw here.so they can afford to pay for the garbage thrown to Netravati.I am sure you too dont throw your garbage wherever you want.

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  • Ramesh Masand, Uchila

    Sun, May 02 2021

    Pease don’t make stupid comments… How much tax are you paying???? Every budget we expect the government to reduce our taxes. Our per capita tax rates and tax collection is one of the lowest in the world… What did you expect for the peanuts you are paying as tax? We should have a sense of pride and belonging four public spaces and property. That is true nationalism.

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  • kavin, UDUPI

    Sat, May 01 2021

    Root cause of this is not having proper dustbin on the road. No one wants to throw garbage on river. Family looks like well educated and rich.

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  • kavin, UDUPI

    Sat, May 01 2021

    My comments is based on my expiriance, Hard to find any garbage in on the way or near the houses.

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  • John, Mangalore

    Sat, May 01 2021

    Correct, Hardly any proper dustbins on the road side in many locations.

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  • Evans C Sumitra, Udupi/New York, USA.

    Sat, May 01 2021

    kavin, I UDUPI, Your comments make sense. I am sure many of the readers will agree with it.

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  • A Mendonca, Mangalore

    Sat, May 01 2021

    If family is well educated ,they should throw garbage in River.? Wow.? Good analysis .we should give u award for that.

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  • Gurka, mangaluru

    Sat, May 01 2021

    These two are well educated background hence, you should fine them heavily ! dont leave them alone !! treat them as criminals or arrest them under GOONDA ACT !! NO BAIL NO TRAIL NO COURT

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  • SJM, Mangalore

    Sat, May 01 2021

    Modi's Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, or Clean India Mission is a country os total waste !

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  • RJS, Mangalore

    Sat, May 01 2021

    Civilisation should start from within our home not only by pointing fingers at our neighbours. Important that we live with values to teach the moral ethics to our children. Problem in the present world is we don’t live them but only point fingers at others.

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  • SMT, Mangalore/UAE

    Sat, May 01 2021

    Kachra minded creatures throwing Kachra... Heavy fine should be a life time lesson for such type of Kachras

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  • Brian, Mlore

    Sat, May 01 2021

    Footage show the numberplate. Anything traced about them? What deadly garbage might be it. And why in this broad day light.?

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  • Henry Mascarenhas, Greenville, NC, USA

    Sat, May 01 2021

    Monetary fines are futile. She needs to be subjected to community service, let her talk to her neighbors and school children about the importance of environmental health, awareness and proper disposal of waste.

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  • Lavina, Mangalore

    Sat, May 01 2021

    The one in Saree could be a domestic servant of the one in Salwar Suit. Please find out the Car Owner's name and publish it. That would be a good lesson to all those uncivilized people who dump garbage wherever they like! It is good idea to investigate what exactly was flung into the river.....could be more than just garbage.

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  • Joy, Mangalore

    Sat, May 01 2021

    Punish them with heavy penalty, so that let it be a lesson for other same kind of mental cases. Never let them free.

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  • Anand Poojary, Mangalore

    Sat, May 01 2021

    May be they wanted immerse asti of loved ones.

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  • Pramila Fernanades, Mangalore

    Sat, May 01 2021

    What else you can expect from such " gatta " people . That's why we call them gattada gowder.

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  • Anand, Surathkal

    Sat, May 01 2021

    They are not from Ghatta. They are very much from our Kudla if you see car owner’s name.

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  • Mangalurian, Mangaluru

    Sat, May 01 2021

    Spending on some good quality CCTV would be a good investment for the Government. Each person caught could then be fined Rs 1 lakh. If the person has a degree qualification, the fine could be 2 lakh per instance.

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  • Moshu, Mangaluru

    Sat, May 01 2021

    How dare she did this infront of busy traffic watching her act....Bade gharwale lagthe hai...

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  • Shubs, Mangaluru

    Sat, May 01 2021

    It is likely there are no arrangements done by the authorities where the waste dry or wet can be disposed off. It is the civic authority who are neglecting their part of the work to install large garbage bins where the people the vicinity can throw their waste. I have seen on the road sides there are number of packages thrown late evenings. Who can stop this menace? If the civic authority doesn't step in the surrounding can't be maintained.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Sat, May 01 2021

    This vehicle is from Indira Nagar, Bangalore East ...

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  • Chandu, Karla

    Sat, May 01 2021

    This is the behaviour of our educated illiterates. Trace them and prosecute them as a lesson for others behaving in similar manner.

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  • Varun, mangalore

    Sat, May 01 2021

    They look like they can afford fine. What is more appropriate and deterrent to others would be keel

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  • Vishal, Mangalore

    Sat, May 01 2021

    We were part of a beach cleaning program and were in a shock too see what ever being thrown in plastic packets were all on the shore .. these plastic bags which had a knot had vision glasses , tablets , syrups , chappals... when asked with a guy next to me he said it’s a tradition to throw away these items of people after they are dead to a river which then joins the sea .. so many plastic bottles , bags , chappals , liquor bottles all thrown to the river which then joins the sea .. The sea then in return throws Back everything to the shore .. heights of misconceptions which people have and it’s high time we start creating awareness by educating not to do such sort of things

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  • Veer, Nagpur

    Sat, May 01 2021

    It’s not tax paying citizen’s fault. It’s local administration’s fault and should be held responsible. MCC should provide proper facilities to dispose off thier garbage regularly and MCC should not show high handedness and impose unreasonable harsh rules on tax paying citizens to cover up MCC’s incompetence. Citizens have legal point as to where else they can dispose off the garbage. Next time citizens should dump thier garbage in front of MCC office.

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  • Alva, Mangalore

    Sat, May 01 2021

    Justifying their act shows your way of disposing thrash. Grow up and stop finding faults in the system all the time. We humans do not deserve this planet.

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  • PK, Mangalore

    Sat, May 01 2021

    Book them and fine them heavily with the cost of cleaning

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  • Rems, Mangaluru

    Sat, May 01 2021

    Just imagine how much garbage would be dumped into the river when there was no fence ! Human beings should be kept 100 Meter away from rivers.

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  • k b r, Mangala Uru

    Sat, May 01 2021

    both are in ಸಾಂಪ್ರದಾಯಿಕ ಭಾರತೀಯ ಸಂಸ್ಕೃತಿಯ ಉಡುಪು....

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Sat, May 01 2021

    Luckily she didn't dump her Husband ...

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  • Altaf Sheikh, Kulshekar, Mangaluru

    Sat, May 01 2021

    Posh people but mannerless!!!!

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  • Rehna, Mangalore

    Sat, May 01 2021

    Car registration is there file a case and fine them heavily.

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