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Kambala racer Srinivas Gowda receives death threat


Team Udayavani, Jul 17, 2021, 3:14 PM IST

Moodbidri: Kambala racer Aswhathpura Srinivas Gowda has received death threats from a man claiming to be associated with Sri Ram Sene.

It is said that Srinivas Gowda received a call from a man named  Prashanth Bangera who invited Gowda to a real estate office at car street Mangaluru, there the caller offered to tell Gowda the history of Kambala.

Srinivas Gowda refused to come and instead invited Prashanth to Ontikatte. Prashanth responded in a threatening tone saying that he would come but Gowda will have to shield his back with areca sheets and also need some supporters.  The recording of the call has gone viral on social media.

Srinivas Gowda filed a complaint against the accused in Moodbidri station and the accused has been summoned.

 

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