Jallikattu row: Supreme Court seeks reply from Tamil Nadu in 4 weeks on PETA plea against law : India, News
The Supreme Court docket at the moment issued a discover to the Tamil Nadu authorities on a plea by PETA difficult the legislation on jallikattu, the bull-taming sport.
The Supreme Court docket has sought a reply from the Tamil Nadu authorities inside 4 weeks on the plea moved by the Individuals for the Moral Therapy of Animals (PETA).
The Supreme Court docket has tagged the PETA plea with the petitions of the Animal Welfare Board and different NGOs difficult the legislation handed by the Tamil Nadu Meeting in January this 12 months which made jallikattu authorized within the state.
Following widespread protests towards the ban on jallikattu, the Tamil Nadu Meeting handed a invoice, changing an ordinance, that made the bull-taming sport authorized within the state after it was banned by the Supreme Court docket in 2014.
The legislation whereas legalising the game additionally laid out varied security measures in favour of the bulls and the style wherein the game must be held.
Actor Kamal Haasan, popping out in help of jallikattu, had stated that “if you wish to ban jallikattu, let’s additionally ban biryani”. “I’m a proud Tamilian, that is our tradition,” the actor stated on the India As we speak Conclave in January this 12 months.