Flight chartered by AIMDF repatriates 184 from UAE to Mangaluru

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August 27, 2020

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Mangaluru, Aug 27: Under the leadership of young NRI entrepreneur All India Muslim Development Forum (AIMDF) chartered a flight to repatriate stranded Kannadigas in United Arab Emirates.

The flight carrying 182 adults and 2 infants took off at from Ras Al Khaima International Airport and landed at Mangaluru International Airport. The passengers included pregnant women, those in need of emergency medical care, stranded visitors, those who lost jobs and people whose visas were expired.

National spokesperson of AIMDF Shaikh Muzaffer and Bearys Brother President Naushad Siraj UT and Iqbal Kajoor along with their team Asgar, Abdul Latif, Syed Naufil, Waqas, Azher,Fayaz and Basheer assisted all passengers and made this journey successful.

Mr. Basheer looked after the transportation and medical rapid test of the passengers. Mr Latif and Azher coordinated for issuance of tickets and other documents, Fayaz and waqas looked after food.

At 4:30 a.m. four busses were arranged at two pickup points - two buses in Sharjah and two in Dubai.

Team leaders of organizations coordinated with transportation team and sent all the passengers to Airport.

Namma Kannadatiyaru team leaders Senthil, Mamatha and Hadiya were present at the airport who looked after the boarding.

Naushad Siraj UT and Iqbal along from BBD looked after the administration work and back office work from home till late night.

After reaching at the airport all the arrangements were made by the Shaikh Muzaffer.

Saurab Bhankar and Darius Washington from Spice Jet extended complete support from day one to charter the flight and also were in touch with Shaikh Muzaffer till the operational date of flight and helped them to clear all 182 passengers and 2 infants.

Ashwin Hebbar from Apna Holidays looked after AIMDF passengers quarantine in Mangaluru, Udupi and Bhatkal along with this Jakti Travels India also supported the team by providing passengers and doing arrangements of quarantine.

AIMDF executive team comprising of members Shakeel Hassan, Naseer Ahmed, Abubaker Sajipa, Asif Chokkabettu, Amjad and Abdul Raheem was present at Mangaluru Airport to greet the passengers.

Imran Khan Yermal and Ansar Barkur looked after media coverage and extended their support during this repatriation journey.

Passengers were taken to their assigned hotels for seven days institutional quarantine as per GoK health Guidelines.

AIMDF and Beary Brothers thanked Consul General India, Dubai Dr. Aman Puri, Ex- Deputy Commissioner of DK Sindhu B Rupesh and incumbent DC Dr Rajendra and all the govt officials. It also thanked Yusuf Barmavar, Praveen Kumar Shetty, Afzal SM, Hidayath Hadoor, Naveed Magundi, Saurabh and Darius from Spice Jet for their support.

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October 20,2020

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Bhatkal, Oct 20: Jewelry worth about Rs 40 lakh, which was donated to Durgaparameshwari Temple here by devotees was stolen from the temple premises.

Police said on Tuesday that the temple authorities, in a complaint, further added that a priest who was working at the temple was also missing ever since the incident came to light on Monday night.

The temple administration in the complaint has identified the missing priest as Sathish Bhat, a resident of Yellapur.

In the complaint, it is added that the incident came to the light when the Chief priest of the temple opened the jewellery box on the occasion of Navratri, to put the jewellery on the goddess.

The temple authorities reportedly tried contacting Sathish over the phone as he had the keys to a jewellery locker. Unable to contact him over the phone, the administration decided to break open the locker, as it was the ritual of the temple to put jewellery on the Goddess.

Sathish was working at the temple for the last year but had not reported to the duty for over a month now. The authorities further added that they last spoke to Sathish over the phone on Friday, but were unable to contact him on Saturday.

A case in this regard has been registered at Bhatkal Rural Police Station and investigations are underway. A special team has also been formed by Yellapur Police to trace Sathish Bhat.

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October 23,2020

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Mangaluru, Oct 23: A gang of miscreants today hacked a youth to death at Bolangady near Melkar in Bantwal taluk of Dakshina Kannada district. 

The deceased has been identified as Umar Farooq aka Chenna Farooq, a resident of Kalladka. 

He was riding his motorbike when the miscreants chased and attacked him with a machete, sources said. 

Farooq reportedly breathed his last while being taken to a hospital after the attack. 

He was said to be a rowdy-sheeter and multiple cases stand registered against him at different police stations in Bantwal taluk. 

Police suspect rivalry within friends gang as the motive behind the cold-blooded murder. Investigations are on.

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October 22,2020

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Mangaluru, Oct 22: Former MLA and Congress leader from Mangaluru, Mohiuddin Bava, on Wednesday claimed that he had received a threatening phone call after he visited the Gurupura Ambika Annapoorneshwari temple.

Bava alleged that he received a call from one Anil from Mumbai who threatened him for visiting a Hindu temple, saying, "It's not the Nehru period; it is the Modi period. A beef-eater and Muslim should not visit the temple and make the temple unholy."

The Congress leader filed a complaint with the Surathkal Police Station.

Bava had visited the temple on Sunday after he was invited by the temple priest for the "Kopparige" Pooja.

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