Mangaluru: Mortal remains of unidentified youth found on railway tracks

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (MS)

Mangaluru, Jan 22: The mortal remains of an unidentified person were found on the railway tracks at a distance of 200 meters from Kulaigudde railway bridge towards Surahtkal on the evening of Friday.

The age of the person is around 30 years. It is suspected that he must have been run over by a train.

The deceased person is wearing a black night pant, yellow colour full sleeve shirt and black jerkin. He is five feet and six inches tall.

Next of kin of the deceased person are requested to contact Surathkal police station on 0824-2220540.





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  • Rolf, Dubai

    Sun, Jan 22 2023

    B.S. Rai, Mangalore Sun, Jan 22 2023 Any condemnation by the Savarkar netas or chelas?

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  • Rita, Germany

    Sun, Jan 22 2023

    Sad .young fellow.May be he was crossing the tracks to shorten the way go home ,and train was so fast he couldnt go away ?Many people do that and some earphone in ears ,hear no sound of train or anything in world ?May his soul rest in Peace.Heartfelt sympathy to his family.Or someone robbed him and threw on railway tracks ?A young life is gone.

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  • real kujuma, kodial

    Sun, Jan 22 2023

    high inflation and unemployment is taking toll on the youth of the country...should have waited till 2024 when suvarna yuga of India will begin..

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  • Rita, Germany

    Mon, Jan 23 2023

    Kujuma Kodial ,even when suwarna yuga comes ,I dont think any changes will take place.It might worsen the situation.One side War is still going on ,big one dont want to stop poor one is trying to survive with all methods.

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  • Cynthia, Dk

    Sun, Jan 22 2023

    Very sad.....may the departed soul rest in peace Amen....

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