Bantwal: 15y/o boy feared drowned in Netravathi River


Team Udayavani, Nov 11, 2022, 8:08 PM IST

Bantwal:  A boy named Salman (15), son of Junaid, resident of Parlya-Madda of B.C Road, who reportedly went swimming in the Netravathi River has feared drowned on Friday, November 11, evening.

The incident is reported from Brahmarakotlu near B.C Road.

Friday being a government holiday on account of Kanakadasa Jayanti, Salman and three of his friends had gone swimming in the river. At this point in time, Salman has drowned.

Meanwhile, the Bantwal Police reached the spot and assessed the situation.

It is learned that Salman was studying at Best English Medium School located at B.C Road.

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