Mangaluru: With two instances of brutal attacks on youth over the last three days in Ullal-Konaje areas being reported, the City Police Commissionerate and the district police have decided to extend the prohibitory orders till November 16.
It may be recalled that the orders were slammed under Section 144 from November 9 to 12 in wake of Tipu Jayanthi and with some untoward incidents taking place and with the view of maintaining law and order, the police have decided to extent the same from Nov 13 to 6 pm on November 16.
City Police Commissioner Chandra Shekar has said that until November 16 no one would be allowed to hold social or political public programmes. Rallies and processions will be banned.
It may be recalled that an RSS worker was attacked near Kuthar when dead body of Musthafa Kavoor, accused in Prashanth Poojary murder case was brought to his hometown from Mysuru Prison.
One Rammohan was assaulted near Kuthar by persons belonging to another community. On November 12, two persons belonging from one community were attacked in Konaje.
Further, the Pro-Hindu organisations have decided to take out a protest rally on November 15 at Thokkottu condemning attacks on Hindus. The step of extending the prohibitory orders has come in wake of these developments.