Man from Tamil Nadu on visit to Puttur temple goes missing

Daijiworld Media Network – Puttur (MS)

Puttur, Jun 20: A man of Tamil Nadu origin, who had arrived to his brother’s home in the town went missing.

M Lokanathan, who is a cardamom businessman in Bodinayakanoor of Theni village in Tamil Nadu, had come to the town to visit his brother. He went out from the house saying that he is going to the temple. However, he did not return home.

According to the complaint filed by Kannan, brother of missing Lokanathan, his brother arrived with his wife Jyoti and daughter on June 2 to Puttur. On June 4, Lokanathan went out from home to visit Sri Laxmi Venkatramana temple but never returned home.

Puttur city police are investigating further.





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  • Rita, Germany

    Tue, Jun 21 2022

    Kindly investigate properly.I am sure he has not gone anywhere.His brother should be knowing the truth.Just think he cames with family ,all of a sudden want to go to temple ,alone ?Without family ?Quite possible due to some money ,assets or other misunderstanding something has gone wrong?Noone saw him in temple ?Or going ?What says his wife?Why brother filed missing complain ?Things to be cleared soon.

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  • Cynthia, Dk

    Mon, Jun 20 2022

    Ol potharye nathanna.....sullu panade. Pole illag vora bokka tooka

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