Mangaluru: Rowdy-sheeter Kaalia Rafeeq hacked to death; Attacked with sword after firing his car.

Source: S.O. News Service | By Sajjad Qazi | Published on 16th February 2017, 4:06 PM | Coastal News | Don't Miss |

Mangaluru: The rowdy-sheeter, Kaalia Rafeeq hacked to death after thrashing his car followed by firing upon him and later assaulting using sharp sword. The incident reported in the midnight of Wednesday, 15th febraury near here at Ullal, about 15Km from Mangaluru.

It is learnt that, the victim Kaalia Rafeeq, aged 35, along with his relative members was on the way towards Mangaluru late night on his four-wheeler. During this moment, when they reached nearby to Kotekar petrol bunk, another rowdy-sheeter Noor Ali of Uppala stopped Kaalia Rafeeq's car. Then, his car was forcefully hit by a goods lorry.

The Kaalia and his relative members in the car tried to escape from the spot in order to safeguard their life. This made Noor Ali to shot Kaalia and later hacked him to death using a sharp sword.

During the attack, Jaahid, a relative of Kaalia too was grievously injured and has been admitted to a local hospital. Sources say that there were more than 45 criminal cases which has been lodged in various police stations of Karnataka and Kerala against rowdy Kaalia Rafeeq.

The dead body has been shifted in the mortuary of Deralkatte hospital. The further investigations of this case is being undertaken by Ullal police station inspector Gopi Krishna.

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