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Video of a bull colliding with a two-wheeler during an illegally conducted Manjuvirattu in Tamil Nadu has surfaced. Police filed a complaint against the organizers for staging the event without permission.
Bull crashes into a motorcycle with a woman and a child on horseback during Manjuvirattu in Tamil Nadu. (Screenshot)
Video of a bull hitting a two-wheeler with a passenger during an illegally conducted Manjuvirattu has surfaced from Thiruvanamalai, Tamil Nadu. The bull is seen running through the crowd, then making contact with the vehicle.
In the video, a bull is seen trying to escape the crowd and crashing into a two-wheeler. The bull collides with the rider, throwing her 10 feet away as the man riding the bike and a boy fall as the bike overturns.
The mob saves the family from a stampede by blocking the bulls. Nearly 50 bull tamers were injured in Sunday’s event. LOOK:
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Within days of Pongal, several districts of Tamil Nadu have started to prepare for Jallikattu and Manjuvirattu. Although the authorities did not give permission to organize events in Jallikattu and Manjuvirattu in Thiruvannamali district.
The state has announced restrictions on crowd gatherings due to the Covid-19 pandemic situation and the increase in infections. Still, Aarani organizers brought in nearly 500 bulls and allowed more than 1,000 bull tamers to participate in an event held on Sunday.
Large crowds from around Vellore, Kancheepuram, Ranipet and Krishnagiri attended the event, flouting the rules of Covid-19. As the video was shared widely on social media platforms, Kannamangalam police filed a complaint against the organizers for detaining Manjuvirattu without permission.
Further investigations are in progress.
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