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         Posted on :09:22:34 Oct 9, 2017
       Last edited on:09:22:34 Oct 9, 2017
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KASARAGOD: The police arrested a 39-year-old man in connection with throwing stones on a Kerala State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) bus at Perwad, near Kumbla, grievously injuring the driver. On being alerted by the Special Branch, the police rounded up Abdul Salam, a resident of Mavinakatta, near Kumbla, who confessed to have committed the crime for ‘time-pass’, Kumbla police sub-inspector J K Jayashankar said.

The man, who was charged under the provisions of Prevention of Damage to Public Property (PDPP) Act and IPC Section 308 (culpable homicide), was being produced at a court here later on Sunday, he added.

Meanwhile, E Sasidharan, the driver who hails from Kozhikode, was admitted to a private hospital in Mangaluru with complaints of heavy bleeding after his wrist veins got ruptured by the stone.

A passenger of the bus, plying on the Mangaluru-Kasaragod route, also sustained minor injuries. Sasidharan, who was admitted to the hospital in a critical condition owing to excessive bleeding, was said to be out of danger.

The police continue to remain clueless over the motive behind the attack on Friday night, a senior police official said.

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