K’taka terror alert: 8 persons posing as NIA official arrested from Pumpwell


Team Udayavani, Aug 17, 2019, 10:04 AM IST

Mangaluru: In the wake of the terror attack that has been speculated in various cities of Karnataka the city police on Friday, August 16 night arrested eight people from a building near Pumpwell for suspicious activity and also seized their car while searching lodges and other prime spots.

The arrested were posing as officials of National Investigation Agency and are set to be from Madikeri, Mangaluru and Kerala. The police also confiscated the car which had Government of India stickers.

Earlier in the day, the city police had carried search operations at various prime locations of the city in the wake of intelligence inputs of a suspected terror attack.

Security arrangements across major towns and cities in Karnataka, including Mangaluru, have been beefed up after a high alert was sounded on Friday, August 16.

Udayavani is now on Telegram. Click here to join our channel and stay updated with the latest news.

Top News

Karnataka govt orders 33 pc reservation of outsourced jobs for women

Govt cuts excise duty on petrol by Rs 8, diesel by Rs 6

Woman files complaint against fiance for slapping her

Chopra says he is not losing sleep over his international rivals’ 90m-plus throws

Modi hosts Deaflympics contingent, says ‘you brought pride and glory for India’

Int’l Day of Yoga: PM to participate in events planned in Mysuru

Didn’t mean to start any riot, debate: Kichcha Sudeep on language row


Related Articles More

COVID-19: Karnataka reports 155 new cases, zero deaths

Two held for smuggling drugs using morphed Aadhaar cards

Karnataka govt orders 33 pc reservation of outsourced jobs for women

Woman files complaint against fiance for slapping her

Udupi: NGT bans sale of sand from CRZ for commercial use

MUST WATCH

High tech Bust stand Inaguration at Shirva

NEWS BULLETIN 21-05-2022

We will have 2 options

Chikkamagaluru DC statement Namaz at Dattapeeta video goes viral

Kalasa Crime : CCTV Footage found


Latest Additions

Crisis-hit Sri Lanka lifts state of emergency as law and order situation improves

COVID-19: Karnataka reports 155 new cases, zero deaths

Two held for smuggling drugs using morphed Aadhaar cards

Karnataka govt orders 33 pc reservation of outsourced jobs for women

Govt cuts excise duty on petrol by Rs 8, diesel by Rs 6

Thanks for visiting Udayavani

You seem to have an Ad Blocker on.
To continue reading, please turn it off or whitelist Udayavani.