Two held in Mangaluru for distributing handbills against Ayodhya verdict

Source: TNN | Published on 18th November 2019, 12:02 PM | Coastal News |

Mangaluru: Police have arrested two persons for distributing pamphlets allegedly against the Ayodhya verdict in Kodi village of Ullal police station limits.

Police commissioner PS Harsha confirmed the arrests, but held back details over security concerns. Sources said supporters of a group, which held an event on Saturday, distributed and pasted the handbills on walls of a few buildings.

Following the incident, police increased security in Ullal and surrounding areas. Scores of people gathered in front of the police station, demanding release of the arrested duo.

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