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Police fail to locate address provided by rape survivor


Mangaluru: Police investigating the alleged sexual abuse case of a minor girl via 3 males from Mangaluru, including a pastor, opine that the case could be fabricated and results of inner conflicts within the church. However, they are but to reach at a conclusion but.
A extremely placed supply advised NewsTread that Mysuru police, who've been camping in Mangaluru for the reason that previous two days, could not hint the victim or her mom but. The officer stated the cope with and different main points equipped via the complainant to the court docket and police appear to be false as they could not locate such a place.

“We have searched five homes in Mangaluru and also the Karnataka Theological College, Balmatta, in accordance with the tips that the victim is housed in the sort of buildings. However, lets not find anything else until now. We are going to continue the search on Tuesday,” a police officer stated on conditions of anonymity.

The Karnataka Theological College is a seminary for the learning for ministry of the Church. It may be a centre of upper theological study and analysis.


The officer stated this is not the only criticism towards the CSI Church. Petitions towards the church have been filed in different districts, too, including Chikkamagaluru. “We suspect there is an inner war. But it’s too early to reach at a conclusion,” the officer stated.


Sebastian Jatanna, 48, pastor of CSI Peter Memorial Church, Joshua Ammanna, 67, and Bennette Ammanna, 58, have been accused of sexually abusing a 16-year-old girl.


“The petitioner, who I will not mention for obtrusive reasons, approached the Karnataka prime court docket, which in flip directed a court docket in Mysuru to undertake an investigation. I will not remark anything else as of now. But we haven’t arrested any one but,” Okay T Balakrishna, police commissioner, Mysuru stated.




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