Bus conductor arrested for behaving indecently with girl student in Belthangady


Team Udayavani, Jun 17, 2018, 11:20 AM IST

Belthangady: The police arrested a KSRTC bus conductor for behaving indecently with a girl student. The arrested has been identified as Isubu Ali (35) and was arrested by Belthangady police at Lalla and produced in the court.

It is understood that Isubu was behaving indecently with a girl of Chitradurga origin, who studied in a college in Moodbidri. Some people who saw this, informed the police who took immediate action.

According to the information collected y the police, Isubu had misbehaved with girls earlier also and many police complaints were lodged against him. He had also promised the police in writing that he would not repeat the erroneous behaviour.

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