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M’luru violence: Police issue notices to Kerala residents


Team Udayavani, Jan 20, 2020, 11:04 AM IST

Mangaluru: The Mangaluru police have served notices for more than 650 people, including several women, children, government employees from Kerala, in connection with the violent protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) that held in Mangaluru on December 19.

Reportedly, notices have already been served to women, students, patients and employees who visited the protest-hit areas and the police have asked them to appear before the station officer for inquiry.

People from Kasargod, who had visited these areas on December 19 for various works, have also received notices. The police are also said to be preparing to serve notices to 2000 people.

The police collected the information from the mobile towers in State Bank, Bunder and surrounding areas on those who had used their mobile phones on December 19.

Speaking in this regard Commissioner of Police Dr P S Harsha said, “We have given them time to prove innocence. The inquiry will be conducted in a transparent manner.”

Meanwhile, DYFI state president Muneer Katipalla said, “The police have served a notice to a 54-year-old woman rolling beedi hailing from Chatthipadappu in Kasargod district. I had accompanied her to the police station. Bank employees, patients, students and women who had received the notice were waiting in the station for inquiry.”

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