Mangalore Moral policing: ‘Culture police’ brutalises women

Shocking, but embarrassing instance of moral policing, a group of activists belonging to a Hindu fundamental group, forcefully attacked a homestay on the Mangalore’s outskirts on Saturday.

Footage of whole Mangalore moral policing had been telecast on a Television channels that shows at 7.30pm, around 50 activists barged at Morning Mist Resort at Padil and forcefully attacked young men and women inside.

Reports said, alleged activists forcefully attacked the revellers without having any fault. And when a man said that they were attending a birthday party, an activist assaulted him badly. Even girls were also slapped and dragged by attackers.

Shockingly, a planned TV crew had already arrived there to capture the whole incident. It has been said that attackers forced girls to show their faces to camera for capture them.

Once again, such incident alive the memories of the infamous attack by Sri Rama Sene activists on a Mangalore pub on January 24, 2009.
The Mangalore Rural police said, the number of attackers is not known, but four have been arrested in connection with the incident that was happened 13 people covered room, including five women. It has looked out the owner of homestay.

“Steps will be taken against the visual-media crew who connived with the attackers in going to the resort instead of informing police. We’ll move the media regulatory body against them for creating a nationwide tamasha,” Mangalore police commissioner Seemant Kumar Singh told reporters.

Source said, the Chief Minister Jagadish Shettar directed home minister to immediately take actions against attackers and submit a report on the attack.

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