More cases of thefts, stabbing: Crime rate witnesses surge in Mangaluru


Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru

Mangaluru, Oct 20: Cases of theft, robbery, attack are gradually increasing in the district including the police commissionerate limits. This has become a huge challenge to law and order situation.

Under the limits of police commissionerate, after Covid-19 unlock, crime cases are increasing. In the last three months, more than 50 theft cases have been reported. In the month of July, five bike thefts, one case of chain snatching and 10 house break-in thefts, in September, 8 bike thefts, one robbery, one chain snatching, and 14 house break-in thefts have been reported. Even in October, bike thefts, robberies and chain snatching cases have continued.

In the past 15 days, cases of murder and attempt to murder have been reported in Surathkal, Kavoor, Moodushedde and Ullal. The police department has failed to curb such incidents.

Miscreants are involved in the crimes without any fear of law and order in the district. In the past, police commissioner Chandrashekar, Sandeep Patil, superintendent of police Sharanappa, and Sudhir Reddy were successful in curtailing crime.

There is suspicion that certain organisations are behind attack and attempt to murder cases reported in Dakshina Kannada and Mangaluru police commissionerate limits. Through provocative speeches, organisations are making efforts to disrupt peace in the society. The police department should control these things.

Cases in the past few days include miscreants attacking a petrol pump manager and stealing Rs 4.20 lac from him on September 28, youths brandishing lethal weapons and threatening a youth with life on October 7, youths assaulting two brothers near a Math in Panjimogaru on October 9, two cases of stabbing on October 13 and 16 in Panjimogaru and Pumpwell respectively where one died in the latter case, an attempt to murder of a BJP worker on October 18 and a yet another incident of stabbing in Ullal on October 19.

 

 

 

  

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  • Manohar, Mangalore

    Thu, Oct 21 2021

    Helloooooo Commissioner, listening???

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  • David Pais, Mangalore

    Thu, Oct 21 2021

    I blame jumla15-20lakhs un-received 2 da poor indians.

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  • Monty Dotor, Mangalore

    Thu, Oct 21 2021

    The investigation in crimes is done by the inspector at the jurisdictional police station.Conviction is much more important than detention and arrest, as usually watertight cases are not done (reasons left to your imagination) the accused is let off and repeats crime because he knows how to get off the hook. In a case, if conviction is not done the inspector should be made liable, physically and financially. This will reduce crime in the city.

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  • real kujuma, kodial

    Thu, Oct 21 2021

    total failure of administration of MCC as well as the new city police commissioner..He just made show off by doing fake drama near agnes of catching chain thieves..in reality mlore police are the highest corrupt in the whole state after bengaluru..

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Thane

    Thu, Oct 21 2021

    People are Jobless ...

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  • Alan, Mangalore/U.S.A

    Thu, Oct 21 2021

    A complete breakdown of law and order. Keep on fighting amongst ourselves because of religion, while prices are skyrocketing think of finding fault with other people's religion. Elect uneducated leaders who cant even speak properly and have no decency. Smart city , with brainless people

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  • Flavian, Mangalore/Kuwait

    Wed, Oct 20 2021

    Since BJP came to power ! Most of the youths is jobless and misusing their time in bad purpose. Also migrant labour who are flooding from outside States. BD & Immoral policing etc. Mangalore was a place of peace and well controlled security and less rowdism those days.

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  • Kishore, Mangalore

    Wed, Oct 20 2021

    Thisis just the beginning they will more of such incidents like robbery ,killing ,suicide which will increase ten folds the government should provide employment to youth,All Anti social elements brain washing the youths shoupd be should be dealt with Iron fist then only such incidents will stop.Install CCTV cameras at your homes.

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  • Sunil, Mangalore

    Wed, Oct 20 2021

    All commodities rates are sky rocketing, no empowerment in Mangalore, only WhatsApp forwards....difficult to do business because of fuel rates....so stealing seems the best option.

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  • Nelson, Mangalore

    Wed, Oct 20 2021

    Don't blame police. Blame the madness in Mangaloreans

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  • Prakash, Dubai

    Wed, Oct 20 2021

    Its only because of inefficient top brass in police force , who is giving free hand to the trouble makers.

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  • Pavan, Mlr

    Wed, Oct 20 2021

    This kathra game will back fire big time to bjpee....Citizens need peace not bluff and fake promises.

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