Jallikattu Protests Turn Violent, Policemen Torturing Automobiles Near Marina Beach

Jallikattu protests turn violent: It is well known that protest against the ban of Jallikattu the well-celebrated sport by Tamil Nadu people is going on in Tamil Nadu at Marina Beach. It can be witnessed that this protest is going on with a huge number of people with many higher people involved against the ban.

Jallikattu Protests Turn Violent, Policemen Torturing Automobiles Near Marina Beach

Jallikattu Protests Turn Violent, Policemen Torturing Automobiles Near Marina Beach

The videos showing the Policemen torturing the automobiles and auto rickshaws at Mylapore which is located close to the Marina beach in Chennai, these videos are already viral and are making rounds on the Internet after the protests in the city and across the whole Tamil Nadu state went violent on Monday. The video showing the policeman damaging and torturing the vehicles on roads is already viral in Social Media through whats app and facebook.

In this video, we can see a policeman who is committing arson by throwing a bulk of burning newspapers into an auto rickshaw which is parked on the road. As per the reports from News18, it is said that the video has been taken place in Mylapore area of Chennai which is very close to Marina Beach and is said as the epicenter of the protests that are going on against the Supreme Court which issued the ban on Jallikattu.

Kamal Hassan shares video showing cops torching vehicles

This video is very viral that raised many questions from many official people till now. It can already see that several actors from the Tamil film Industry along with many politicians raised many questions about the incident. The Tamil star and veteran actor Kamal Hassan who is one of the leading supporters of Jallikattu tweeted the video on his twitter and he addressed a former press conference on Tuesday morning in Chennai and said about the incident as “I am equally shocked (to see a video of a cop committing arson). I hope some sort of explanation is given to us so that we can calm down… Don’t ban anything, I say regulate. What is this? Please explain someone”

The former Mylapore Deputy Commissioner V Balakrishnan told CNN-News18: “We are looking into the veracity of the video. We are shocked… We will take action against the policeman if it’s true.” Chennai Police Commissioner TK Rajendran told reporters at a press conference on Monday evening, “The videos of police surfacing on social media are morphed. It is a matter of investigation.”

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