Karnataka killings: Section 144 extended in Mangaluru till Aug 8; male pillion riders banned

Mangaluru City Police Commissionerate has extended Section 144 till August 8 and has banned male pillion riders on the bikes and scooters aged between 18-60 years.

The restrictions under Section 144 were extended following three murders in the district in a span of 10 days – between July 19 to July 28.

On July 19, an 18-year-old youth, Masood B, was allegedly killed by persons linked to Hindutva groups, following a fight over a trivial issue.

 

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