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Mangaluru: Police personnel attached to the city crime branch (CCB) here have succeeded in arresting two notorious chain snatchers who were involved with chain snatching incidents which happened within the limits of Moodbidri police station and Adoor in Kasargod district.

The CCB police were putting together information about people involved with chain snatching incidents and two-wheelers within the city limits when they got information that two young men involved with chain snatching were moving towards the city from Moodbidri in a two-wheeler without registration number plate. The CCB police immediately chased the said vehicle and succeeded in arresting main accused, K Nooman (23), son of Basheer, residing near Kuntalgudde railway tracks at Kannur villlage near here, and Samsheer (21), son of Tamjee, residing near Kuntalgudde railway tracks in Kannur village.

A golden chain the duo had yanked off from the neck of Anupama S Hegde on February 15 morning this year from Prantya within Moodbidri police station limits in the guise of seeking directions, and another gold chain which was pulled away from the neck of a lady who was walking by the roadside on February 17 at Kuntaru within Adoor police station limits in Kasargod district, were recovered from the accused.

Nooman already faces two cases of chains snatching each in Bantwal rural, Bantwal town, and Mangaluru rural police stations. He also faces a case each in the city (east) and Barke police stations relating to chain snatching. In the above cases, he had secured bail about two weeks back. Two golden chains, two cellphones, and a Honda Dio two-wheeler were taken into custody from the accused.

The police learnt that the accused always used two-wheelers without any registration plates at the time of committing thefts. The total value of items now seized from the accused has been estimated at Rs 1,10,900.

The operation was conducted by CCB inspector, Shantharam, police sub-inspectors, Shyam Sundar and Kabbalraj and other staff, who functioned under the guidance of deputy police commissioners, Hanumantharaya and Uma Prashanth, and city police commissioner, T R Suresh.



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A video purportedly showing a police officer thrashing a youth and abusing his female friend has surfaced on social media.

Clips from video grab shows the Ulhasngar inspector thrashing a youth as his girlfriend watches helplessly

The latest incident of alleged moral policing was reported from Ulhasnagar area of neighbouring Thane district. The video, which went viral on social media platforms yesterday, shows the officer, who was accompanied by a constable, beating the youth after asking him a few questions.

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Moral policing in Ulhasnagar: Probe ordered against cop who thrashed youth

The Thane Joint Commissioner of Police (law and order), VV Lakshmi Narayana, has ordered a detailed inquiry against the senior police inspector of Hill Line (Ulhasnagar) police station, Mohan Waghmare. This action has been taken after a video went viral on social media in which Waghmare, along with a constable, can be seen thrashing a youth and verbally abusing his female friend. The incident took place on Saturday.

Senior Police Inspector Mohan Waghmare is seen thrashing the youth

Speaking to mid-day, Lakshmi Narayana said, "We have ordered an inquiry against the senior police inspector who appears in the video and the ACP Ambernath division is conducting it. After he submits the report, we shall look into the matter."

In the video that went viral, the cop is seen assaulting the youth and kicking him. The police alleged that they were driven into action after the locals of Prabhag Nagar in Ulhasnagar had carried out a morcha to the police station on Saturday, as young couples had allegedly indulged in obscene acts in that area.

The girl who was accompanying the youth was also allegedly abused verbally

Senior Police Inspector Waghmare said, "The locals of Prabhag Nagar area had lodged a complaint at the police station a couple of times. Later, on Saturday, some 30 people had come to the police station, so I went with them to the area to check the situation. I thought that the people themselves would start assaulting the couples. So I took the matter in my own hands and pushed them away."

He added, "In some situations, the locals claimed that whenever they confronted the couples, they would start threatening them, so we decided to take action against these couples."



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