The man was identified as V Boopathy. The police said Boopathy, in an inebriated state, uploaded the video on social media in which he abused the CM and scheduled castes.
All the accused, including a local BJP leader, have been arrested.
Eight people were booked by Malur Masthi police after a minor Dalit boy was fined Rs 60,000 for touching the grama deity Boothamma.
A special court in Tirunelveli on Wednesday barred the five accused in the Panjakulam case from entering the village for six months.
Police said the SC man, A Madurai Veeran of Arasapillaipatti village, approached caste Hindu couple Lakshmi and Velusamy on September 14 for renting a building flat owned by the couple.
The judge granted bail to activist Civic Chandran in a case by saying that offences under this statute would not prima facie stand against him as he was fighting against caste system.
Three caste Hindus were booked for alleged repeated casteist slurs and death threats against a panchayat president belonging to the SC community on Friday in Vellore.
Around 10 minors were booked under multiple sections of the SC/ST Act and IPC for allegedly hurling caste names and assaulting a 17-year-old boy in the district on Tuesday.
Five other SCs were seriously injured in the attack. The violence followed a dispute between the two communities over the bestowing of temple honours.
The convicts had attacked Raiger and his 11-year-old brother Imlesh with sticks and stones.
If Pinarayi Vijayan thinks he can silence the opposition by filing a fake case against them, he is mistaken, Surendran said.
"This is a new era of social harmony. The government will take serious steps in this direction (withdrawal of cases)," the CM asserted.
Four more police personnel were arrested on Saturday in connection with the death of V Vignesh allegedly in police custody.
While the 13-year-old rape survivor has been sent to a destitute home for children, the accused SHO, who stands suspended, is on the run.
Refusing the allegations raised, Vaikundarajan told TNIE he possessed CCTV footage to prove that he did not abuse the complainant on caste lines on the date mentioned in the complaint.
S Subashini, who was pursuing first year in physiotherapy at a private college in Nagapattinam, was allegedly depressed from the mistreatment by her institution for not paying fees.
Social Welfare Minister Kota Shrinivas Poojari said the conviction rate in atrocity cases was seven per cent in 2021.
Byndoor MLA B M Sukumar Shetty and 12 others were booked under SC/ST Act for allegedly abusing and unnecessarily transferring one Dr Veena Narayana Shiruru to a hospital in Ankola
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The complainant had alleged that the accused passed caste-based derogatory remarks, abused and threatened him.