A 14-year-old youth who went to watch Jallikattu in Tamil Nadu was mauled by a bull and died on reaching the hospital.
During Jallikattu in Tamil Nadu, a case of the death of youth has come to the fore. A 14-year-old youth was mauled to death by a bull in Dharmapuri’s Thadangam village when he went to watch Jallikattu.
He had come with his relatives to watch the programme in the village. A bull injured him during the program. The youth was taken to Dharmapuri Government Hospital where he died.
One person died even five days ago.
Let us inform you that even five days back one person died. A man who was badly injured in a bull attack during a game in Madurai was admitted to the hospital. However, the person died during treatment.
Karnataka Election: BJP, PM Modi, and other leaders are campaigning in preparation to retain power in the state.
Council elections will be held in Karnataka this year. Now it’s less than four months away. In such a situation, all political parties begin to attract the people.
The BJP is also doing its best to maintain power in the state. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union Home Minister Amit Shah, and Bharatiya Janata Party National Chairman JP Nadda are visiting and campaigning in the state to attract people to support their party.
Karnataka is the house nation of Mallikarjun Kharge.
The BJP is said to have come up with a strategy. Accordingly, party leaders will attract Vokkaliga and Lingayat voters in the state.
On the other hand, the Congress party is also preparing for the election as Karnataka is the home state of the newly elected national party president, Mallikarjun Kharge.
In addition, former Prime Minister HD Deve Gowda’s Janata Dal (Secular) party, which plays an important role in state politics with the support of the Vokkaliga community, is also developing a strategy for this election.
BJP tries to entice voting bank JDS.
The BJP, on the other hand, tries to rally the voices of the Vokkaliga community, the JDS’s voting bank. So far, the saffron festival is entirely focused on the Lingayat community.
The 36 board seats in the state are reserved for Scheduled Actors and 15 for Scheduled Tribes. In this type of situation, Dalit and the tribal electorate will play a decisive position withinside the elections