The topic came to light because the reveal became uploaded on Facebook and a police criticism became lodged by the Village Administrative Officer.
It became a short-lived enjoyment for a 29-year-dilapidated man and his associates after they cooked and consumed what they called the “Corona Virundhu” (‘Corona Feast’) in Tamil Nadu’s Thanjavur district, police mentioned on Thursday.
“On Wednesday, a few folks assembled on the outskirts of Kabisthalam, cooked and ate meals, sitting in shut quarters when the COVID-19 lockdown became in force,” mentioned a police first payment.
He mentioned the topic came to light because the reveal became uploaded on Facebook and a police criticism became lodged by the Village Administrative Officer.
Police mentioned that 29-year-dilapidated Sivaguru, who became earlier working in Tiruppur and had come to the district two months support, became arrested on this connection. Visuals from the ‘feast’ indicate various males seated on either side of banana leaves which can presumably per chance be place to accomplish a protracted row. The leaves are filled with rice and the can also merely even be considered digging in, leaving warning to the winds.
29-year-dilapidated organises corona feast for his associates. Posts video on Facebook and gets arrested. pic.twitter.com/inxgAZG7ud
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This arrest comes merely days after visuals emerged from Muduvarpatti village come Alanganallur in Madurai district, the place rankings had gathered for the closing procession of a jallikattu bull. Paying no be conscious to social distancing, residents would possibly presumably per chance be considered in the video coming with garlands for the bull, looking out for its blessing and collaborating in a procession for it. Ladies folks in the team had been even considered wailing in despair.
Reports suggest that the bull became named Mooli and became a prize-winning animal. It nonetheless fell ailing three weeks in the past and died on April 12.
Whereas the district police claim that handiest 20 folks attended the funeral and that no cases were filed, the Madurai Collector has maintained that six other folks were booked for violating prohibitory orders, alongside with the priest of the temple the cow belonged to.
(With inputs from IANS)