‘Pilinalike’ replica at Mangaluru International Airport relocated to its original place


Team Udayavani, Nov 19, 2020, 12:17 PM IST

After Adani Group took over the operations of Mangaluru International Airport, the replica of ‘Pilinalike’ (tiger dance) art was moved from its original place which led to outrage.  Youth Congress president Mithun Rai had demanded the Adani Group to replace the replica of ‘Pilinalike’ (tiger dance) art

Now, authorities on Wednesday November 18 relocated the replica to its original position.

Mithun Rai said, “Pilinalike is Tulunadu’s pride and culture and cannot be hidden. I spoke to the PRO of Adani group and requested them to move the art to its original place”

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