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Police raids slaughter house in Ullala: Accused flee

Ullala: Police raided a slaughter house in Chembugudde here on the early hours of Wednesday August 12 and seized two dead and 11 live cattle from the spot. The raid was conducted as per the information given by the members of Hindu organisation. Three accused have managed to escape from the site.

This is the third raid during the last seven months by police. The accused brothers M.C Bava and M.C Khader and Imtiaz of Millatnagar in Ullala fled away from the site.

Activists of Kuthar unit of Bajrang Dal, who got information that cattle were being taken to Chembugudde slaughterhouse from the city in a pick-up van, passed on this information to Ullal police. The policemen conducted the raid, but could not stop the accused from running away in time. They took over custody of two dead and 11 live cattle, all of which had been huddled in one pick-up truck.

Fourth raid: M.C Bava runs a slaughter house in his house since many years. He has been arrested many times for this but every time he gets bail and again continues his business. Everytime the police raids a slaughter house the accused manage to flee. Police seize quintols of beef from the spot.

  • Published in Ullal

Vigilance officers raid Mangalpady panchayat: Workers go on leave

Kasargod: Vigilance officers raided Mangalpady panchayat as there was allegation of irregularities in spending funds granted by Union government.

Kasargod vigilance officers raided the office and verified the documents.

Officers said that there is irregularities in funds and also in the attendance of the employees. On getting information of vigilance raid some workers prefered taking a day off from the job. During inspection it was found that this was a daily routine in the said office.

  • Published in Kerala

Police raid illegal slaughter house: Two arrested

Karkala: Police raided an illegal slaughter house operating in a house near mosque in Tellaru and arrested two persons. They also siezd skins of 26 cattle from the arrested.

The arrested persons have been identified as Sheikh Mohammed (72) and his grandson Soudat Alias Shahadat (18) residents of KM Manzil near Tellaru mosque. It is reported that police had raided the same house a few years ago and sized cattle meat.

On Friday July 17, police raided the spot as per the information given by the members of Bajarangdal.

It is said that the accused were selling the beef to hotels and restaurents. Police also said that the accused used to mix the beef with motton and prepare food items.

A case has been filed in Karkala police station.

  • Published in Karkala

Mumbai journalist covering Mira Road bar raid murdered

Mumbai: A journalist Raghvendra Dubey, who was covering a police raid on a bar in Mira Road was allegedly murdered on Friday in a secluded area on his way back home.

The journalist was an editor with a weekly newspaper, who had gone to cover a police raid on a bar with his two fellow reporters. A while later, the reporters allegedly had a tussle with the employees at the bar which escalated.

Reportedly, Dubey was murdered on the way back home. The murder came to light when the police got a call about a body lying on the Mira-Bhayander road.


  • Published in Mumbai

Break for illegal buffalo transportation by Byndoor cops

Kundapura: The buffaloes that were illegally transported in a Lorry in an inhuman way have been trapped by the cops and 19 buffaloes are seized. The incident happened near Navunda petrol pump in Byndoor on Wednesday morning.
The accused Jalil and his team are absconding.


On Wednesday morning at 5 o clock a Lorry full of 19 buffaloes, legs been tied in an inhuman way with a rope was travelling from Jalil’s house to Kerala. The cops with definite information had rushed to the spot; raided the lorry and successfully saved the buffaloes.

Byndoor circle inspector Sudharshan and his team were quick in operation to rescue the buffaloes. The buffaloes cost around 8 lacks and are kept in police station.

The accused escaped the sequence in the dark as they saw police coming to raid. The cops are insearch of the accused members.

Case is registered in Byndoor police station.

  • Published in Udupi

Raid on gambling center: 6 arrested

Badiyadka: On definite information about gambling in Bajakudlu Ittipalla near Perla, Badiyadka police have raided the center and arrested 6 persons.

Kumdamguli resident Yogish (30), Jayapraksh(46), Raghunath(40), Badapadav resident Rama(41), Bantawal resident Chennappa gowda(60) and Mohammad Knha(21) are the arrested persons.

The various things used in gambling and cash of 1.3 lack rupees are detained by the police.
  • Published in Bantwal

Lokayukta raids engineer’s house, office

Mulky: Officers of Lokayukta raided the house of Padmanabha K. the chief engineer of Mulky town municipality on the early hours Tuesday April 28.

In a joint operation by Mangaluru and Udupi Lokayukta, officers raided the house of Padmanabha in Jyothinagar in Moodabidre and town municipality office in Mulky.

Lokayukta DSP Vittaladas Pai, police inspector Dileep K.H were present during the raid.

More new yet to be gathered.
  • Published in Surathkal

19 sand lorries taken into custody in Moodbidri

Moodbidri: On the orders by DC the inspection of sand lorries are at high preference and Moodbidri tahsildar Mohammad Isak led team has seized 19 lorries that were transporting sand illegally. Rs 20000 are charged as fine for them.

Since past three days inspection of lorries are going on in Mijar, the illegal sand transportation has detected. The lorries were loaded with sand over the limit. Tahsildar has informed the media that the lorries without permit will be seized and FIR will be filed against them.

  • Published in Moodabidri
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