A total of 14,000 police personnel were deployed at the event, with senior police officials supervising security arrangements.
Meanwhile, AIADMK general secretary Edappadi K Palaniswami released a statement which claimed that eight people were hospitalised and over a hundred were affected in the accident.
According to a press release, nine temporary bus stands have been established in Tiruvannamalai to avoid traffic congestion in the city.
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Sources said there is a possibility of invoking the Goondas Act against five protesters, including agriculture activist Arul Arumugam, who was arrested.
This is the second such major accident since last week in the district after seven were killed near Chengam town on the same Tindivanam-Krishnagiri national highway on October 15.
Reportedly, the deceased individuals in the accident included four men, two children, and a woman.
The medical team's efforts were appreciated by Tiruvannamalai RMO Aravindhan, Tiruvannamalai Medical College Dean Arvind, and medical superintendent Dr Balasubramaniam.
Fifteen minutes after the exam began, she was asked to remove her hijab to continue her exams.She was told that as per the instructions, she was supposed to write the exams without a hijab.
Ten minutes into the exam, however, an examiner asked Shabana to remove her hijab claiming that as per instructions she had to remove it.
Meenambikai was speaking at an event, organised by the social welfare department, at Don Bosco School in Polur, on Friday.
The DIG released a statement saying that 18 individuals from Vellore, 26 from Tiruvannamalai, nine from Tirupattur, and one from Ranipet have been arrested and charged under the Goondas Act.