Mangaluru: As part of probing the violence during CAA protest in the city on December 19, the Mangaluru city police have started sending notices to people who were present in the vicinity.
Police obtained details of people through mobile towers, according to sources.
Most of those slapped with notices live in the border areas of Karnataka and Kerala. They include students, homemakers, government employees, businessmen and others.
According to sources as many as 650 people from border areas of Kerala have been served notices, and notices will be served to 2,000 more people.
One 55-year-old woman from Manejshwar says that she was caught unawares. Her husband, a fish seller used to come to Bunder to buy fish, used her a SIM registered in her name.
The anti-CAA protest in the area led to violence and two people got killed in police firing, injuring dozen others.