'Moral police' disrupt birthday bash in Puttur resort; five held

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September 5, 2016

Mangaluru, Sep 5: In a case of moral policing, a group of people barged into a resort and threatened four youths during a birthday celebration at Parpunja in Puttur on the outskirts of the city.

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Puttur rural police have managed to arrest five persons after the untoward incident. They are: Mohammed Muktar, Salam alias Salamuddin, Mohammed Rafeeq, Mohammed Asif and Aseekuddin Aktar, all residents of Kumbra and surrounding villages in Puttur taluk.

It is learnt that two girls and two boys were celebrating the birthday of one among them in the resort. The four accused, who entered the resort apparently to stop the party, allegedly abused and threatened the youths.

Based on a complaint lodged by the resort waiter, the police have filed a case under IPC Section 341 (punishment for wrongful restraint), 504 (intentional insult with an intent to provoke breach of peace), 506 (punishment for criminal intimidation) and 34 (acts done by several persons in furtherance of common intension).

When the police were questioning the four arrested accused, Aseekuddin Aktar, brother of one of the four accused entered the police station and allegedly threatened Sub Inspector Abdul Khader and attacked Constable Dinesh Gajendra. Hence, he was also arrested by the police.

The injured constable received treatment at a private hospital. All the five arrested were produced before a local court which remanded them to judicial custody.

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FAIR FAIR FAIR
 - 
Tuesday, 6 Sep 2016

Both this group and Hindu Group who believe in moral policing.
Please go to film theaters and stop showing all love and romantic films.

You can not find single film without so called HERO & HEROINE.
People flock into the theater with family paying lot of money.
If you people are really concerned of misbehavior of the public, then please top of these films in the theaters. Then You will be succeeding with big result instead of going to correct small group with 4 persons.
This is the place where you have to focus. You will have massive result and satisfaction. Otherwise it is YOUR DOUBLE STANDARD.

Mohammed Rafique
 - 
Monday, 5 Sep 2016

Viren....what you have to say about your uncultured chaddi Bros who involves in similar act very often?

muthhu
 - 
Monday, 5 Sep 2016

VIREN ....both attacks are same ...but regret and support are different here as you know ......

Pub/Guest house attack .... were supported by so called Hundutwa goondas and attackers have no regret what they did

here No one supported except you by comparing the same

Viren Kotian
 - 
Monday, 5 Sep 2016

Umma gang started giving chumma to CD. But here people forgot to comment about the real topic: That is madrasa graduates trying to implement sharia law in India by creating ruckus in resprot.. hahaha

A.Mangalore
 - 
Monday, 5 Sep 2016

Many of my comments sent to other news portal in Mangalore always rejects the news which is anything against their interest. Some time I too think that it is supporting some organization.
Here It is Coastal Digest , even the comments against them they simply publish (example is above Vimala Nasargi's comment.. Hats off CD.

AHMED
 - 
Monday, 5 Sep 2016

@ VIMALA
y you r reading coastal digest....
read some cheddi news portal good for u...
only cheddi news will come

Sultan
 - 
Monday, 5 Sep 2016

Thank god. The victims, the attackers and the police-all are muslims. no chance for communal clash.

Vimala Nesargi
 - 
Monday, 5 Sep 2016

Ham kare tho balathkar; thum kare tho chamatkar.
If Bajrang Dal activists do same thing it will be called \immoral rowdism. But msulism will be called \"moral police\"..
This news portal should change its name from coastal digest to communal digest."

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