Mangaluru: Man launches deadly assault on another, hospitalised

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (ANK)

Mangaluru, Aug 19: One man injured after another assaulted him on Friday August 19.

The injured has been identified as Imran. He was rushed to hospital and is said to be out of danger.

It is said that a person named Atul Kallu from Jharkhand was bound to travel from Madgaon to Kasargod. He alighted at Surathkal and threatened a person named Venkappa, he took away his sickle and threatened the public.

Atul was admitted to hospital after the public caught and thrashed him.






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  • Golibaje, Bajegoli

    Fri, Aug 19 2022

    Imran Athul Venkappa Kahani mein twist hei bhai. After 2014 suspense thrill communal attacks are on the tracks

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  • k b r, Mangala Uru

    Fri, Aug 19 2022

    Mangaluru / coastal belt has become some kind of magnet for all kinds of rogues from far and wide... some one from most backward state alights in suratkal and thrashes locals and creates ruckus...

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  • real kujuma, kodial

    Fri, Aug 19 2022

    one more addition to chithra vichithra cases after 2014..whole country is acting like monkeys after hearing continuous lecture on monkey baath by drama master...

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