Sooraj suffered injuries in one of his eyes, the chief minister said, adding it was unfortunate.
The beef-eating protest was held by a group of students on Sunday night.
Chennai: In an another case of cow vigilantes running amok, an Indian Institute of Technology (Madras) Ph.D. scholar was brutally thrashed by alleged right-wing students for organising a "Beef Fest" in the campus.
Meanwhile, Madras High Court has pust a stay for four weeks the Centre's notification banning sale and purchase of cattle for slaughter, and sought its response to PILs which contended that the rules should have been approved by Parliament first. One of them, a student of the Ocean Engineering Department, started questioning him about who he was and whether he had participated in the beef fest. Similar fest was also organised at different locations across Kerala.
Trout sidelined indefinitely due to torn thumb ligament
A year after hitting.315 with a.441 on-base percentage, 29 home runs, 100 RBI and 30 steals, Trout was off to a dynamic start. Trout's injury is a bummer for sure, and it very well may send the Angels tumbling down the American League West standings.
After notifying the Prevention of Cruelty to Animal (Regulation of Livestock Markets) Rules-2017, the ministry clarified that the aim was to regulate the animal market and prevent cruelty to animals.
The list of animals that can not be bought or sold for slaughter through cattle markets include cow, bull, buffalo, heifer, calves, and camel.
He said the seller and buyer both have to ensure that the cattle is not being bought or sold in the market for slaughter purposes. The rules also state that the purchaser shall not sacrifice the animal for any religious goal or sell it to a person outside the state without permission and must keep in with the state's cattle protection laws.