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Two cows were fighting on the road, he was coming from the front on a bike.

Pratik Mehta

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Many times we see stray cows on the road. These cows are left like this. There is no owner with them. In such a situation, these cows go in any direction. Many times these cows fight on the road itself. Due to which fear arises in the mind of the person passing by. Traffic is blocked. A person died in such a fight between stray cows on the road. He lost his life. Two cows were fighting on the road. Due to this a bike rider fell. At the same time, a government bus passing from behind crushed him. The bike rider died in this unfortunate incident. This is an incident of Vannarpet area. After receiving the information, the police took the body into custody and sent it for post-mortem. After the video of this incident went viral, the municipality has come into action mode. This incident happened in Tirunelveli, Tamil Nadu.

Cattle keepers have been warned to tie the cows. Apart from this, the municipality has also started a campaign to catch stray animals. According to the police, two cows were fighting on the road in Vannarpet area of ​​Tirunelveli on Sunday evening. At the same time, court employee Velayudharaj was passing by on his bike. He fell from the bike after colliding with the cows. He died after coming under the wheels of a government bus passing by at the same time.

This footage is now viral on social media

Velayudharaja died on the spot. The entire incident was captured on CCTV cameras. This footage is now going viral on social media. Many people have fallen victim to such incidents in the past. Locals said that cows are often abandoned after milking. Complaints have been made to the municipality several times in this regard. But the municipality does not take any action.

Which action?

People passing through the road have to pay the price for this. Now after the CCTV footage went viral on social media, the municipality is being criticized. The Municipal Corporation has now taken action. The municipality has issued instructions to the cattle owners. A campaign has been started to catch the animals roaming freely on the roads. The Municipal Corporation caught 47 cows and kept them in a shelter home. Fines are being collected from the cow owners.

Pratik Mehta

Pratik Mehta

I am Pratik Mehta, a passionate business news writer dedicated to covering economic trends, market analysis, and corporate developments.

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