Mangaluru: Woman quarry worker missing since eight months

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (MS)

Mangaluru, Aug 4: Madevi (42), a native of Kalaburagi, who was working in a stone quarry at Mudipu on the outskirts of the city has been missing since eight months.

Madevi was working since many years in the black stone quarry near Mudipu. She had married Guru of Vijayapura origin, who also used to work in the same quarry, 22 years ago. The couple has three sons.


Eight months ago Guru, husband of Madevi and brother of Madevi had some heated argument. Madevi, who was distraught after the fight between her brother and husband, had left the house and has not returned so far.

A case has been filed in Konaje police station in this regard. It is said that Madevi had visited the school at Mudipu after four days of going out of house. But since then no one has seen her. Their three sons go to school and colleges. Their father Guru, husband of Madevi takes care of them.

If anyone comes across Madevi, he or she has been asked to contact Konaje station officer on 9480802350.




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  • Vinod Kumar, Mangalore

    Thu, Aug 04 2022

    One more BJP worker’s life to be assuaged and accountable by BJP leaders.

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  • Rita, Germany

    Thu, Aug 04 2022

    Sad.Looks like she may not come back.I doubt she has not left house and children.Mother will not leave three children and go elsewhere.Ask the husband thoroughly about her .These people are not so with women.Feel sad about it

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