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Parade of culprits involved in cattle trafficking held


Team Udayavani, Jul 15, 2019, 5:18 PM IST

Udupi: A parade of culprits who are noted for cattle theft and illegal trafficking of cattle was held on the sub-divisional levels on the morning of Monday, July 15.

SP Nisha James, Kundpur sub-divisional police officer B P Dinesh Kumar and other police officers of the sub-division took part in the parade of the offenders within Kundapur sub-division was held at the auditorium of Rakteshwari temple. As many as 50 people, including 15 from Kundapur, 14 from Kundapur rural, six from Byndoor, four each from Kollur and Gangolli and two from areas under the limits of Amasebailu police station were part of this parade.

Parade of the convicts of Udupi sub-division was held at the office premises of police Circle Inspector of the city, under the leadership of DySP T R Jaishankar of Udupi sub-division. 32 people including 11 from Kota police station, 10 from Hiriyadka, seven from Malpe and four from Brahmavar police station limits participated in this parade.

The offenders’ parade of Karkala taluk was held in front of Karkala sub-division police office in the presence of the Additional SP Kumarachandra, Karkala sub-division police officer P Krishnakant and police officers of Karkala sub-division conducted the parade.  75 people from the police stations that fall under the limits of sub-division including, seven from Karkala city, 14 from Karkala rural, 15 from Hebri, eight from Ajekar, nine from Kaup, 10 from Padubidri and 12 from Shirva police station limits took part in this parade.

At the parades, the culprits were asked to refrain from such acts in the future and were also warned that if they continue doing the same, action will be taken against them under the Banishment/Goonda act. Additionally, a report of the people involved in such acts has already been submitted to the taluk Bailiff and undertaking with increased bond amounts is taken from them. It may be noted that last month, station-wise parade was held.

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