Udupi: Another abandoned two-wheeler on bridge in a day, rider feared drowned

Daijiworld Media Network – Udupi (MS)

Udupi, Jul 7: A day after an abandoned motorbike was found on Marvoor bridge in Mangaluru and the rider feared to have committed suicide, a similar incident has been reported from Manipura's Dendoorukatte bridge.

A youth has parked his scooter on Manipura's Dendoorukatte bridge and gone missing.

Punit Kulal (28), a resident of Samruddhi Nagar of Dendoorkatte is the person who is missing. It is said that Punit, who works in Manipal, consumed alcohol on July 6 and then went to Dendurkatte.

As his scooter is found parked near the bridge, it is suspected that he must have jumped into the river.

Kaup police have registered a case. Search for the missing youth in the rivulet did not yield any result.







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  • prem, moodbidri

    Thu, Jul 07 2022

    BJP govt made poor, middle caste, youth & backward class people directionless ! Only ultra rich people are surviving!

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  • real kujuma, kodial

    Thu, Jul 07 2022

    high inflation, unemployment and total disbelief in fekugiri of the changu and mangu nagpurgang...only ribbon cutting and jumla announcements..nonsense programmes like yoga day, goshalas..donkey farming...useless

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  • Cynthia, Dk

    Thu, Jul 07 2022

    Oh deva....Oh Lord Almighty.....please save him. His parents must be in tears....

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