“To avoid overcrowding at the arena, Collector has said that bull tamers would be sent in batches of 75 every hour on a rotational basis. The registration of bulls and bull tamers for Avaniapuram jallikattu, scheduled for Sunday, was completed on Thursday. The rush witnessed at Avaniapuram and Palamedu here on Thursday for the registration of bull tamers for the upcoming jallikattu events continued at Alanganallur, the place most famous for jallikattu, where the registration happened on Friday. A total of 623 bull tamers and 954 bulls were registered. With the event planned from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the evening, only around 500 to 600 bull tamers can participate,” he said.
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