Mangaluru: An autorickshaw driver Mohammed Ayub saved children from serious danger when violence broke out in B.C. Road.
He left his auto 50 meters away from the place of violence and rushed to his son’s school nearby as it was time for students to leave.
Ayub went to the School and told authorities not to let students out of the school. The authorities safely sheltered students till around 2 p.m., 90 minutes after the violence, when Ayub came back to the spot along with his nine-year-old son, he found his autorickshaw damaged by miscreants.
Though pained over the damage to his vehicle, Ayub said he is fortunate nothing happened to him or his son. The violence broke out around 12.30 p.m. after a few persons threw stones at vehicles in the procession carrying mortal remains of RSS volunteer Sharath Madiwala.
The police have apprehended persons allegedly involved in stone throwing. Traffic on the busy Mangaluru-Bengaluru National Highway was restored around 2 p.m.
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