Bantwal: 21-year-old who went missing found dead in river at Adyar


Daijiworld Media Network - Bantwal (DV)

Bantwal, Sep 11: A youth who went missing for four days, was found dead on the banks of river Netravati here on Saturday September 11.

The deceased is identified as Yagnesh (21), son of Narikombu gram panchayat member Prakash Kodimajalu. It is learnt that his father filed a complaint at Bantwal rural police station on Saturday, stating that his son Yagnesh is missing since September 8.

The mortal remains were found in a river at Adyar on Saturday afternoon. Yagnesh had completed his diploma and was working at a cushion center in B C Road.

It is said that Yagnesh was unhappy that he was not able to get a job suiting his educational qualifications.

The exact reason for his death will be ascertained after a detailed probe and post mortem report, informed police sources.

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

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  • sense_shetty, Mangalore

    Sun, Sep 12 2021

    Mostly hindus resort to Suicide ..

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  • Pavan, Mlr

    Sun, Sep 12 2021

    You are taking like pure bjpee guy..dont bring religion here...1st ask bjpee govt to solve unemployment problem....

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  • Pavan, Mlr

    Sun, Sep 12 2021

    You are taking like pure bjpee guy..dont bring religion here...1st ask bjpee govt to solve unemployment problem....

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  • S.F.H, Indian

    Sun, Sep 12 2021

    Most of them want to run away or turn a blind eye from the reality..that is the biggest problem our country is facing now.

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  • Rita, Germany

    Mon, Sep 13 2021

    sense shetty ,mangalore,you have otherwise no other problems except religion ?Just think first,what here wrong is.Father complain on the day his mortal remains were found that son was missing since three days?Usually a father should start to complain on the same day when son went missing,not on third day when body was found?So much fathers love?Or something here was wrong?May his soul rest in peace findout more about this case.

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  • rolf, Dubai

    Sun, Sep 12 2021

    Muslims have nothing to fear in India, says Mohan Bhagwat.

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  • Ben D'Souza Prabhu, Mangalore, Bombay Bandra now in Canada

    Sun, Sep 12 2021

    Bless him O dear Lord for whatever mistake he has done and difficulties he has gone through this difficult part of life. Grant him your Mercy and Eternal Rest in your Vineyard for ever! Thank you dear Lord for your kindness !!!

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  • Mbeary, Dxb

    Sat, Sep 11 2021

    When the PM encourages educated people to open pakoda/chai stall, wat future can we expect for us?!!!! Jaago mangalorean andh bhakths.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Thane

    Sat, Sep 11 2021

    Once again High Inflation & Unemployment ...

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  • Rishna, Udupi

    Sat, Sep 11 2021

    Police should arrest jossey and interogate as he knew the reason. The exact reason for his death will be ascertained after a detailed probe and post mortem report, informed police sources. May be jossey planning to bring bad name to govt by..... May be is he is behind incident

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  • rolf, Dubai

    Sun, Sep 12 2021

    Jeevan, Kudlaa Sat, Sep 11 2021 Avu sathya pandar porbulay

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