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Coronavirus outbreak: Kalaburagi Police arrest man for spitting on road in Karnataka

The arrested has been identified as Rabbani, a resident of V K Salgar village in Aland taluk of the district.

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In an appalling and bizarre incident, the Kalaburagi police on Sunday night took a man into their custody for roaming around and spitting on the road near Dhanvantri hospital.

The arrested has been identified as Rabbani, a resident of V K Salgar village in Aland taluk of the district. On seeing the man repeatedly spitting on the road, the residents of the locality gave a call to helpline desk and informed the officials.

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The police rushed to the spot and took him to their custody. During interrogation, he changed his tone repeatedly. Hence, the man was immediately taken to GIMS for a health check-up. The sister of Rabbani who arrived at the hospital claimed that her brother is mentally challenged.

Coronavirus outbreak has led to a distressing situation all around the world. In India, the country is currently witnessing lockdown to fight with the pandemic as the number of cases continues to rise.

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