Tamil Nadu youths electrocuted while trying to raise a flag over a training engine – The New Indian Specific

By Ian

Chennai: A young man who had arrived at Paramkudi in Tamil Nadu on Saturday to pay respects to iconic Dalit chief Emmanuel Sekaran, who was electrocuted to death while trying to hoist a flag from the top of a training engine he was climbing, police said. The young man, later identified as Vijay, was electrocuted when his flag pole was purchased in contact with the overpowered strains.

September 11th is the anniversary of Cikaran's demise and people from all walks of life pray Paramkudi to pay respects to the late Dalit chief in remembrance.

Senior political leaders of all events, with Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M.Ok. Stalin's son and youth chief DMK Odenidi Stalin, arrived at Paramkudi on Sunday morning to pay respects to Sekaran.

Police and railway officers advised IANS that a number of young men stormed the Paramkudy railway station and Vijay came here and jumped on top of the training engine of Tiruchi-Rameswaram who simply arrived at the railway station but He suffered from shock. He was taken to the General Hospital, Paramkudy the place which was declared useless.