A woman and her son who is celebrating his first birthday joins the pro-jallikattu protest in Dindigul.
Volunteers cook food to be supplied for protesters in Ramanathapuram.
The sticker on the car in Tiruchi reads: “Do not attempt to destroy my culture. You will be destroyed.”
A pro-jallikattu protest was held at Town Hall in Bengaluru.
Flood relief volunteers from suburban Avadi participated in the Marina Beach protest. The writing on their over coat says only youths are welcome, neither actors nor politicians.
Youngsters take out procession in share autos at Kamarajar Salai overlooking the Marina Beach in Chennai.
Subramanian Swamy’s remarks against pro-jallikattu protesters didn’t go down well. Posters condemning the BJP leader surfaces at Marina Beach.
Since nothing optimistic came out from Tamil Nadu Chief Minister O. Panneerselvam’s meet with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, posters criticising the PM also surfaced.
A differently-abled person participates in the Marina Beach protest.
Volunteers collect garbage from the Marina Beach protest venue.
Traders of Bharathi Street, Puducherry form human chain.
Fellow protesters carry a man who swooned during the agitation in Ramanathapuram.
The suburban train towards Marina Beach ran in full capacity as more people were heading towards the protest venue.
Villagers let free some native bulls at an event euphemistically termed ‘Poojai Vizha’ at Mullamparappu in Erode district.
Students stage rail roko near Salem Town Railway Station. A 17-year-old boy who participated in the protest suffered burn injuries when he accidentally touched the live wire.
Police stand guard as students are staging sit in protest near Thiruvalluvar statue at Old Bus Stand in Vellore.
College students form a human chain at VOC Park grounds in Coimbatore.
A section of protesters wearing ‘horns’ stage silent protest at VOC Park grounds in Coimbatore.
Lawyers take out procession to express solidarity with pro-jallikattu protesters in Chengalpattu.
Shops downed their shutters in Bargur.