Bantwal: Dead body of Puttur youth who jumped off Netravathi bridge found


Team Udayavani, Nov 9, 2020, 5:46 PM IST

Bantwal: The mortal remains of the youth who jumped into the Netravathi river on Sunday, November 8 was found on Monday, November 9 near Panemangaluru bridge.

The deceased has been identified as Suchethan(27), a resident of Puttur Taluk.

As per sources, Suchethan left his PG on Sunday morning and jumped into Netravathi river from the new Panemangaluru bridge. His bag was found near the bridge.

After receiving the news about the incident the Bantwal fire station personnel rushed to the spot and started the search operation.

On Monday, November 9 the fire personnel finally found his body.

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