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Two journalists assaulted by police officials in Kodagu


Team Udayavani, May 28, 2021, 2:34 PM IST

Madikeri: Two news reporters were allegedly attacked by police officials while they were reporting in Kodagu on Army personnel standing in a queue to buy essential items.

The victims are Prajna and Prajwal who are currently  working for known media houses. It is said that the officials abused the reporters for not having any ID Cards.

Kodagu District Journalists Association  has strongly condemned the incident and demanded appropriate action against police officers.

A complaint has been filed by the association to District Police Superintendent. The video of the incident is now going viral.

 

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