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Coimbatore

Jallikkattu violence: Around 900 more to be inquired in Madurai, says Justice Rajeswaran

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COIMBATORE: With more numbers to be inquired, the report on the incidents leading to violence during the Jallikkattu will take another one year, the one-man inquiry commission, Justice (retd) S. Rajeswaran said on Tuesday.

Rajeswaran, here for a three-day sitting, told reporters that inquiry will be held with 18 persons, including former MLA, Arumughan, principals of private colleges, railway staff and doctors.

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“As about 900 persons are to be inquired in Madurai, it will take another one year to submit the report,” he said. Rajeswaran said that inquiry was held with actors Raghavendra Lawrence and Balaji and also Hip Hop Tamizha during the sitting in Chennai.

“Police department has denied that they have torched public property in Chennai, which has gone viral in social media. Some police officials have deposed that they have set afire bee hives to prevent the honey bees biting agitators,” Rajeswaran said.

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