No seal down in M’luru, don’t heed to fake news: Compol
Team Udayavani, Apr 26, 2020, 8:49 AM IST
Mangaluru: City Police Commissioner Harsha on Sunday, April 26 said that news about the implementation of seal down in some wards of Mangaluru city is fake.
Taking to Twitter Harsha wrote, “Few miscreants are floating around some old speculative…TV news reports of seal down in some wards of Mangaluru city. It’s fake news..Don’t Heed to fake news.”
Few miscreants are floating around some old speculative TV news reports of seal down in some wards of Mangaluru city.
Its a fake news..
Dont Heed to fake news .
— Harsha IPS CP Mangaluru City (@compolmlr) April 26, 2020
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