Udupi: Man missing after deserting his bike on Mabukala bridge found dead


Daijiworld Media Network - Udupi (JD) 

Udupi, Aug 14: The body of the man whose motor bike and footwear were seen deserted on the Mabukala  bridge on Sunday, August 14 morning, was found in the afternoon 

It was suspected when the two-wheeler was found that its owner Ashok Suvarna wwould have committed suicide. Body was found around 1.5 km away from the bridge drowned. He was suffering from depression for the past two decades, according to police.

The emergency response team of Udupi and Eshwar Malpe, along with the locals conducted the search operation.


Earlier report

Udupi: Abandoned bike, chappal found on Mabukala bridge; suicide suspected

Daijiworld Media Network - Udupi (JD)

Udupi, Aug 14: An abandoned bike and chappal were found on Mabukala bridge which prima facie pointed to a possible suicide attempt.

The abandoned bike belongs to Ashok Suvarna (49 years) of Kodankoor village in Udupi taluk as per a complaint registered at the town station.

Further investigations revealed that Ashok was suffering from depression for 20 years and a death note was also found in Ahok Suvarna's house in Kodankoor in which he has mentioned of committing suicide in Brahmavar area.

A missing case has been filed by family members of Ashok Suvarna In Udupi town police station.

Search operations are on in Mabukala river for tracing the missing person.




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  • prem, moodbidri

    Sun, Aug 14 2022

    Depression rate has gone up drastically in India... but, andh bhakth nahin maanenge !!!

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  • Rolf, Dubai

    Sun, Aug 14 2022

    Daksha, Kudla Sun, Aug 14 2022 Please let no one comments saying this is due to after affect of 2014 election and increased unemployment. If so then why we can see the regular good people commit suicide.

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  • ca girishkk, valencia/m'lore

    Sun, Aug 14 2022

    @ Rolf, Dubai, Sir, Daksha, Kudla is right... the correct reason is EVM....

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  • Vincent D'Souza, Belthangady

    Sun, Aug 14 2022

    For 20 long years, why his family did nothing? Looks like a neglected case?

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  • Joel, Mangalore

    Sun, Aug 14 2022

    We(indians) don't know how to deal with depression and stress. Many people remove their stress by drinking alcohol or smoking cigarettes, that's the only option people know

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  • Dheeksha A Suvarna, Udupi

    Sun, Sep 04 2022

    We never neglected his depression sir, he was under treatment for past 20 years. Dr. PV Bhandary, Dr Deepak Mallaya And late DR. Ashok PAi from Shivmogaa.. My mom fought with the society proving them wrong as convincing about Dad's depression.. Believe me all these years of suffering only we know the pain.. My mom took care his as a child for past 20 years.. Taking him to every possible psychiatrist know..

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  • real kujuma, kodial

    Sun, Aug 14 2022

    country celebrates platinum jubilee of independence and the stream of suicides due to high inflation, unemployment continues...God save this nation....

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  • Rajesh rao, Manglore

    Sun, Aug 14 2022

    What's the relation between your comment and this news? he was suffering from depression for 20 years. Which also includes 10 years of Congress rule!

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  • Rita, Germany

    Sun, Aug 14 2022

    real kujuma kodial,now its enough with your comments due tounemplyoment and bla bla.Didnt you read about his Depression?He was sick and now he is dead.Pray atleast for his soul .One never know in depression what one will do .He was sick so heartfelt sympathies to his family.May be you too might reach that point.

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  • Achhu, Mlore

    Sun, Aug 14 2022

    Murder case should be filed against ruling government. very surprise to see None from right wing group questions government for losing one Hindu.

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