Puttur: unidentified miscreants draw sexually explicit graffiti at bus stand, complaint filed


Team Udayavani, Oct 19, 2020, 11:28 AM IST

Puttur: Hindu Jagran Vedike has filed a complaint after unidentified miscreants reportedly wrote some derogatory words along with the names of some Hindu gods at the bus shelter located by the side of the road at Noojibailu in Nettanige Mudnoor village by the side of Puttur-Ishwaramangala road.

In its complaint, the Vedike has termed the act as sacrilegious and also alleged that this effort, which has resulted in defacing the look of the bus shelter, is also aimed at disturbing the peace and tranquillity prevailing in the society.

The Vedike has also made a complaint to Nettanige Mudnoor gram panchayat.

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