Stringent actions will be taken if the programs insulting daliths are organised in Vishwa Tuluvere Parba: commissioner R Hithendra.

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Mangalore, October 27: The police commissioner of Mangalore city, R Hithendra has warned not to organise any programmes which insults the daliths. Strict legal actions will be imposed on the guilty.

He was presiding over the monthly meet of daliths at his office on Sunday, October 26th.


In the Vishwa Tuluvere Parba, chances are likely that, the program is organised by wearing the costumes of daliths. The organizers of the program have requested some group of artists to deliver programs about daliths and boothavesha. Such programmes should be cancelled and appropriate measures should be taken regarding this, urged the dalith leader Narayana Punchame.

DCP Dr K V Jagadish, DCP vishnuvardhan were present during the occasion. ACP Ravikumar welcomed and proposed the vote of thanks in the meeting.

Vacant Positions:

After the meeting, the commissioner R Hithendra, began conversing with the media representatives and revealed that ‘Although 1,750 posts have been granted to Mangalore Police commissionerate, since past five years 750 situations are remaining vacant. Among this, constable post is most vacant and written exams will be conducted for the 200 constable post, he said.

R Hithendra also informed that, the government has assured of filling other vacant posts within March of coming year. The government has instructed to take aid of 500 home guards, but at present only 80 members are available.

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