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Hubballi Residents Killed in Accident near Kalaghatagi

Kalghatgi,Feb 8: In a horrific accident, three young men from Hubballi died when the car they were traveling in collided head-on with a truck on National Highway-63 near Sangatikoppa village in Kalghatgi taluk of Dharwad district on Tuesday.


According to Kalghatgi police, the deceased have been identified as Mohammad Ishan (19), Mohammad Taif (22), and Ismail (19), all residents of Hubballi City.


A total of six persons were traveling to Karwar in the car. When their vehicle reached near Sangatikoppa, it collided with a truck that was coming from the opposite direction. Three persons died in the accident and three others have been injured.


The injured have been shifted to KIMS hospital in Hubballi for treatment.


A case has been registered with Kalghatgi police station, and the investigation is on.

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  1. The HDMC is full of educated uneducated people. They do not know what is an Idgah or they are as usual ignorant. This is a place where Muslim Congregation attends for Namaz at two times in a year for prayers to be performed for the betterment of the Society, the Community and the Country as a whole alongwith all the subjects in the Country . This concept of open air prayers are to plead to Allah jj the Creator of all that is manifest to make easy life on Earth and to protect everything.
    Rani Chennama was a great Lady who fought for her kingdom against the might of the English under Thackeray, the Collector of Dharwar and representative of the English Crown. She had great warriors both Hindus and Muslims who fought for her and laid down their lives. The ignorant brigade may do anything to raise a point or two. What would the brave Rani do in this case? Would she agree to name a land named as an Idgah on her good name or would she punish the people who try to cause distrust to her great name. Unfortunate that we as Indians are dragging the holy names of our Heritage rulers under whom every Indian was happy then. Let there be a rational view and to go ahead.
    As for naming Mantur Road as Jai Bhim road the sentiments of the people staying in that area should be consulted and then go ahead.

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