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Karantaka: 3 Held For Assaulting Muslim Auto-Rickshaw Driver Who Carried A Hindu Girl On His Vehicle

After a Muslim youth lodged a complaint with the police for being assaulted by four right-wing activists for carrying a Hindu girl passenger in his auto-rickshaw. The police were able to arrest three of them.

Karantaka: 3 Held For Assaulting Muslim Auto-Rickshaw Driver Who Carried A Hindu Girl On His Vehicle
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Three people have been arrested in connection with the recent moral policing incident at Dharmasthala in Dakshina Kannada district in which a Muslim auto rickshaw driver was assaulted by right-wing activists allegedly for carrying a Hindu girl in his vehicle. 

The arrested have been identified as Avinash (26), Sandeep (20) of Dharmasthala and Akshath (22) of Uppinangady. All the three have been produced before the court and remanded to judicial custody, police sources said, adding search is on for one more accused in the case. 

The incident occurred on August 2 at around 9 pm when the driver Mohammad Ashique (22) had dropped a Hindu girl to the bus stand. The girl, studying at a private college at Ujire, had called the auto rickshaw to go to the nearby stand. 

The driver was attacked and threatened by four men when he was returning after dropping the girl. He later got admitted to Belthangady government hospital and lodged a complaint with the police.

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