Bantwal: Police register suo motu case after gangs openly fight at Melkar


Daijiworld Media Network - Bantwal (SP)

Bantwal, Nov 21: A few people were fighting among themselves on the side of the highway near Melkar here on Friday November 19 night. The police have registered suo motu case relating to this incident even as video footage of the fight became viral on social media.

It is gathered that a person identified as Santosh had assaulted Avinash at a Mehndi function. The two gangs had come together at Melkar with the purpose of striking a truce. However, verbal frictions heated up and the two gangs fought a pitched battle complete with sticks and soda bottles, it is said.

Police sub-inspector of Bantwal town police station, Kalaimar, who was on security duty at the festival of Panemangalore Venkataramana templlle, came to know about the said fight which had disturbed public peace there. He rushed to the spot with some staff. When the police reached Sarah Arcade, Melkar, the police saw nine to ten unidentified people fighting, pushing and shoving each other, and flashing sticks.

At the sight of the police jeep, the men decamped. Sub-inspector, Kalaimar, register a report at about 12.15 am on November 20 under section 160 of the Indian Penal Code. Later, sections 143, 147, 148 and 149 were added to the report. The police who have registered a case are investigating.

 

 

  

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  • Rajesh B Shetty, Udupi

    Tue, Nov 23 2021

    The sole problem is liquor. Earlier days, there was no liquor served during mehndi or any function, those who wish to drink they would go to the bar. Nowadays if anybody born or dies, people just need excuses to consume liquor. Govt should make a strict rule that no liquor should be served at any social or family function. Offenders should be penalized.

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  • JNB, Mangalore

    Sun, Nov 21 2021

    Side effect of Trishool Deeksha 😂🤣

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  • Rudolf Rodrigues, Mumbai

    Sun, Nov 21 2021

    This type of gang war replicates what used to happen in Mumbai in the 70s; soda bottles, tubelights, swords, guptis, razors etc.!!

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  • vishnu bhat, bangalore

    Sun, Nov 21 2021

    Perhaps the anti-social elements of South Kanara deserve a Hyderabad style police treatment to shut them up permanently.

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  • Ananda N, Mangaluru

    Sun, Nov 21 2021

    Don't mind, the case will be made zero and fighters heroes. Politicians need them during elections. They are party Karya-kartharu. Police can ralax until they receive transfer orders.

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  • Rudolf Rodrigues, Mumbai

    Sun, Nov 21 2021

    Law and order is at it's worst ever in this state, going the UP/BIHAR way!

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  • Althaf, Udupi/Kaup

    Sun, Nov 21 2021

    Tight chaddi gang

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  • real kujuma, kodial

    Sun, Nov 21 2021

    most of the mehendi programmes end up in some sort of disaster because of unlimited consumption of Amrita...

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  • Abdul, dubai

    Sun, Nov 21 2021

    Aftereffects of too much drinking from the thotte...

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