The Madras High Court’s recent order that prohibited the participation of hybrid bulls in jallikattu will not affect the smooth conduct of the sport, according to jallikattu enthusiasts.
The court directed the authorities concerned to get a certificate from veterinary doctors to certify and ensure that the participating bulls are native breeds only.
India saw a lot of resistance in 2017, the public went against the government to make things go their way.
After winning the fight to retrieve the brave sport of Jallikattu, the Tamil Nadu government appears to give a big thrust to preservation and propagation of the native breeds of bulls.
The action-filled political scene in the state has taken up prominence due to which Alanganallur Jallikattu conducted after the huge protests witnessed limited interest.
The plea claimed that a "total fraud" has been played on the court by an advocate who filed the AWBI plea on Jan 25 without any permission from them.
The peaceful protests on Marina Beach in Chennai had turned violent as a huge posse of police personnel surrounded the protesters and forcibly removed them.
The Jallikattu Bill was passed unanimously on Monday by the TN Assembly after a week-long protest at Chennai's Marina and other parts of the state.
Retired judge of Madras HC Justice D Hariparanthaman will head a fact-finding go into the police attacks on Jallikattu protesters at Marina beach.
Jallikattu: Ready to withdraw 2016 notification, Centre tells Supreme Court after Tamil Nadu passes Bill
The Central government informed the Supreme Court that it is willing to withdraw its 2016 notification that allowed Jallikattu to be conducted.
Grewal said that for last three years the organisers had remained calm fighting the ban legally.
Local village committee officials said they had decided to hold the bull-taming sport on that day in which 300 sportsmen would also take part.
Demands an explanation from the government on the videos that surfaced on social media in which a cop is committing arson.
The Bill, Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Tamil Nadu Amendment) Act, 2017, was unanimously passed in the Assembly by voice vote amid thumping of desks by the Treasury Benches.
What began as a disconnected campaign and transformed into a carnival on the sands of Marina descended into chaos.