POLICE CLAIM MALAYALEE JOURNALISTS ARRESTED IN MANGALURU WERE FAKE

Mangaluru: Fake news is being circulated against the Malayalee journalists who were taken into custody by the Mangaluru Police. Mangaluru police along with certain media are propagating that the arrested journalists were fake and do not possess valid ID cards. The news being spread claims that that these journalists were trying to instigate trouble. Certain Kannada medias have also reported that more than 50 armed men from Kerala had reached the...

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