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Police mum over ‘missing' journalist

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Karwar: The alleged abduction of V.B. Bhat, journalist with a Kannada daily, is shrouded in mystery. Even as the family members V.B. Bhat, journalist with a Kannada daily, alleged that he was kidnapped by henchmen of a local politician with the help of the police, this was denied by the police.

According to them, Mr. Bhat, who hails from Kagal village, left for his father-in-law's house at Areangadi on his two-wheeler. Some people allegedly followed him and kidnapped him at Kekkar village. Village people who saw this alerted his relative. His two-wheeler was found lying on the road.

Though there was a public protest on Wednesday in front of Kumta police station, senior police officials refused to comment on the issue.

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