Bantwal: Youth disappears after leaving bike on Netravati bridge, suspected to have ended life

Daijiworld Media Network - Bantwal (SP)

Bantwal, Jul 30: A motorbike rider has gone missing after leaving his motorbike on the bridge built across River Netravati. The bike was left with its engine in running condition. It is believed that the biker would have jumped into the river.

Even though the local divers searched for the missing man in the river, their efforts were proved futile. The man who is believed to have ended his life was Satyavelyu (29) from Dasarahalli, Bengaluru. Satyavelu was working for a private concern in the past. Once in the past, he had come here for the same purpose, but the locals had rescued and dissuaded him from ending life.

On Wednesday, his motorbike was found abandoned on the Netravati bridge. After the locals informed the police, the police came on the scene. A missing case has been filed in Bengaluru about him and the Bantwal police are now trying to figure out what happened to him.





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  • ca girishkk, m'lore/dxb

    Fri, Jul 30 2021

    Time for all REAL HINDU PARENTS to be AWARE & BEWARE of proponents of FEKU HINDUISM..., The children, youths must be taught the REAL Values of Sanatana Dharma..., Life precious...., the teachings like - vengeance, hatred, revenge, intolerance, lynching, burning in the name of religion must be stopped, the innocent & tender mind can't take this, slowly & steadily it build guilt conscious end up battling their emotions and sense of fear psycho & phobia will hit them ... and this vicious battle in their conscious & mind end up these kind of stupid actions... causing pain to their own parents..., the trend is increasing among HINDU believers...,

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  • Sp, Mangalore

    Fri, Jul 30 2021

    I guess every bridge in dk will require fencing.

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  • Deshbhakt, Mangalore

    Fri, Jul 30 2021

    Weren't our political leaders contemplating population control bill ??? Well Ministers, save your troubles. With current financial situation and job scarcity, people's number will come down without any contribution from you guys to reduce the headcount.

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  • Narendra Kumar, Mangalore

    Fri, Jul 30 2021

    Not at all a good sign. All of us know the pandemic lockdowns and chowkidaar's kamaal. Chowkidaar has fooled Indian youth and added to the misery, pandemic wiped out hopes and dreams of young Indians. If youths of India commits suicide, then one can understand what type of government and leaders who lead our country in the name of riligion, they devide cimmunities!

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  • Mbeary, Dxb

    Fri, Jul 30 2021

    This trend is very serious. Requesting local mla's , religious leaders to please please tackle this problem. Maybe a genuine forum shud be created to identify such people and give financial help/ job oppurtunity. I am sure there are lot of wealthy mangaloreans who wud like to help genuine people in need, but lack information through a genuine social forum. We cannot let more of such incidents to happen.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Thane

    Fri, Jul 30 2021

    I'm Shocked ...

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