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Udupi: A team of the Bangalore-based social organisation, Citizens for Harmony, arrived here on Wednesday to conduct an inquiry into the attacks on Christian prayer halls and churches in the district.
Addressing presspersons here, member of the fact-finding team of the organisation Y.R. Patil, who is a retired Inspector-General of Police, said that the team had received a total of 45 complaints in Mangalore and 14 complaints in Udupi. The team was on a fact-finding visit, he said.Visit to other places
Coordinator of the Bangalore Initiative for Religious Dialogue P.N. Benjamin said that the team would visit other places such as Bangalore, Davangere and Kolar, where similar attacks had taken place.
The team had got the versions of all the parties concerned. It intended to submit a report to the Government in the next 10 days, he said.
Vijaylakshmi, social worker, was present.
The other members of the team included retired High Court judge R. Ramakrishna, professor R. Vaidyanathan, and columnist V. Sundaram.
Citizens including Gujjady Prabhakar Nayak, Somashekhar Bhat, Santhosh Kundapur, Manikanth, P. Vasanth Bhat, Shankar Kundar, Devaraj, Premanand Kalmady and G. Rajashekhar presented their views to the team.
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