Mangalore: Inebriated sadists brutally attack youth while transporting cattle

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August 24, 2014

Mangalore, Aug 24: In a shocking case of vigilante attack, a group of sadists belonging to Sangh Parivar brutally assaulted three youths while transporting cattle last night near Pumpwell in Mangalore.

Abdul Sameer, Sadiq and Shoukath Ali, all three residents of Chembugudde and surrounding areas, have been hospitalized in a critical condition after the merciless attack.

It is learnt that the three youth were dragged out of their vehicle and punched and kicked on all sensitive parts of the body by the inebriated men, who shouted Jai Shree Ram' slogans during the attack. The assailants also used stones and batons to punish the trio.

Medical sources said that Abdul Sameer, who is currently undergoing treatment at the intensive care unit of a private hospital, has sustained fractures and deep wounds throughout his body. Two others are recuperating at Government Wenlock Hospital in the city.

The vigilante attack occurred when the victims were transporting 13 cattle from Uppinagady towards Mangalore in a vehicle.

A Hindutva activist, who came to know that those who are transporting cattle belonged to Muslim community, passed the information to other members of his outfit, sources said.

A group of miscreants immediately began to chase the cattle-laden vehicle. When the driver stopped the vehicle near Pumpwell, the assailants dragged three youths onboard the vehicle and began to assault them.

The brutal assault continued till the police reached the spot. Police sources said that three among the assailants identified as Prakash, Manoj and Shivaraj, were taken into custody from the spot.

A case has been registered at jurisdictional Kankanady police station and investigations are on. The vehicle and cattle belonged to victims also were taken to the police station.

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September 23,2022

Bengaluru, Sept 23: Three additional judges of the Karnataka High Court were on Friday elevated as permanent judges in the HC, the law ministry said.

According to a notification issued by the Department of Justice in the law ministry, the three judges are Justices Mohammed Ghouse Shukure Kamal, Rajendra Badamikar and Khazi Jayabunnisa Mohiuddin.

Among them Khazi Jayabunnisa was part of the three-judge bench which pronounced the controversial verdict on the wearing of hijab in the institutional institutions in Karnataka earlier this year. 
 
Their appointments will take effect from the date they assume charge of their respective offices in the High Court.

Additional judges are usually appointed for a period of two years before being elevated as permanent judges.

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September 20,2022

Shivamogga, Sept 20: The local police arrested two youngsters on terror charges in Karnataka’s Shivamogga on Tuesday, September 20. 

Shivamogga Rural police registered a case against Shariq of Thirthahalli Maaz Munir Ahmad (22) of Mangaluru and Syed Yasin (21) of Shivamogga under Unlawful Activities (Prevention Act) 1967 for having link with banned terrorist organisations and plotting to carry out terrorist activities.

They were found to have burnt the national flag. The police arrested Munir and Syed and produced them before the court. Later, they were remanded in police custody till September 29.

"They were found to be acting under the influence of a terror organisation," Superintendent of Police B M Laxmi Prasad said. 

According to police, they were accused of plotting conspiracy to commit a terror act and following the agenda of a terror organisation.

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September 28,2022

Bengaluru, Sept 28: Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Wednesday said the ban on PFI was “a long-pending demand” and that even the Opposition wanted the organisation to be prohibited.

“This was expected…It was a long-pending demand by the people of the state that this organisation should be banned. Even Opposition parties such as CPI, CPM and Congress demanded the ban,” Bommai told reporters.

Bommai said the PFI was “repeatedly” involved in “destructive activities” across the country. “PFI is an avatar of SIMI and KFD. They don’t have faith in law of the land, they don’t believe in harmony, peace and tolerance,” he said.

According to Bommai, PFI received orders from foreign soil. “Many of their top leaders got training across the border,” he said. “Even in Karnataka, it’s out in the open that they conducted destructive activities,” he said.

Hailing the ban, Bommai said no destructive activities will be allowed under the watch of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah. “There were questions on when the PFI will be banned. We have the answer now,” he said, urging citizens not to keep any association with a banned organisation.

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