Udupi: Good Samaritan rescues starving stranger in Kukkikatte

Daijiworld Media Network – Udupi (MS)

Udupi, Dec 3: Social worker Nityananda Olakadu stepped in to rescue a stranger facing a dire situation, deprived of food.

Reports reveal that an unidentified man had been lying near the playground of Kasturba Nagar in Kukkikatte, Indiranagar, for four days without access to food. Nityananda Olakadu, with the assistance of local residents and civic workers, promptly admitted him to the district hospital at Ajjarakad.

The rescued individual, identifying himself as Dinesh Rao and claiming residence in Bailoor, Karkala, urged his family and relatives to contact the Citizen Help Centre at the district hospital of Ajjarkad.




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  • Rita, Germany

    Mon, Dec 04 2023

    Thank God someone found and gave the news to the right person.and saved him But how come he came to this situation?Was weak or not healthy?Anyway now family will look into this.May God bless him

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  • real kujuma, kodial

    Sun, Dec 03 2023

    people like nityananda, vishu ambalpady and eshwar malpe are a blessing to the society and world in general...may almighty bless him abundantly...

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Raheja Waterfront

    Sun, Dec 03 2023

    May the Almighty Bless Nityananda Olakadu ...

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