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Miscreants fatally stab bus conductor at Kaikamba


Team Udayavani, Jan 28, 2021, 10:24 AM IST

Surathkal: In a shocking incident, miscreants fatally stabbed a bus conductor near Kaikamba here on Thursday, January 28.

The bus conductor has been admitted to a private hospital.

Senior police officials visited the spot. It is gathered that the police have tightened security in Surathkal, Kaikamba and Katipalla areas in the aftermath of this incident.

Earlier yesterday, a stabbing incident was reported in Suratkal’s Ganeshpura wherein bike-borne miscreants stabbed a youth and fled the spot.

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