Horrific and cruel practice is brought to an end in Tamilnadu - Naresh Kadyan
  • Petitioned Hon'be the Chief Justice of India

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Hon'be the Chief Justice of India
Governor's Secretariat Raj Bhavan, Chennai
Thiru Shambhu Kallolikar IAS
Principal Secretary to Government, Secretariat, Chennai
Thiru Rameshram Mishra IAS
Chief Secretary to Govt Secretariat, Chennai
Thiru Debendranath Sarangi IAS
Registrar General Madras High Court
Thiru. G. Chockalingam
Special Representative to Government of Tamil Nadu at New Delhi
Thiru A.Asokan M.A
Madurai
The Hindu
Hon'ble Prime Minister of India
Hon'ble Minister for Environment and Forest
Hon'ble Vice President of India
Director, Ainimal Welfare Division
HE President of India
OIPA - Indian People for Animals
Secretary to the MoEF
Hon'ble Law Minister of India

Horrific and cruel practice is brought to an end in Tamilnadu - Naresh Kadyan

    1. Abhishek Kadyan
    2. Petition by

      Abhishek Kadyan

      Delhi, India

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    1. Reached 4,000 signatures
    2. For animal lovers and activists, a ban remains an elusive dream

      Abhishek Kadyan
      Petition Organizer

      Animal lovers and activists have been at the forefront of the campaign against jallikattu, which, they argue, amounts to cruelty towards bulls. Their objections stem from practices that are aimed at making the bulls more ferocious during bull-taming events.
      Practices such as rubbing chilli powder on the animals' eyes or feeding them with arrack prior to the event are commonly heard of, but proponents of jallikattu say these are no more order of the day, as the event is now being held under stringent conditions and supervision. Several court orders have also underscored the need to prevent practices aimed at provoking the bull. But the idea of a total prohibition of jallikattu remains a dream for animal rights activists, as it remains associated with rural life and has the vocal support of nearly all political parties and caste groups.
      “At a time when world over cruel events of this kind are being banned, it is the other way about here in Tamil Nadu,” laments Shiranee Pereira of PFA

    3. Reached 100 signatures

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    • Glenola Graf CEDAR GROVE, NJ, NJ
      • 7 months ago

      And these people are considered part of the humane race because why........?

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    • Elizabeth Gillam MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA
      • 8 months ago

      When do some people ever grow up!

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    • allison jackson MARKET DRAYTON, UNITED KINGDOM
      • 8 months ago

      this is a barbaric act of sheer cruelty which must stop immediately

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    • Petro Marais MIDDELBURG, SOUTH AFRICA
      • 8 months ago

      Yes, judge them by the way they care for animals!

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    • Anila Jacob THE ELEPHANT FRIENDLY STATE OF KERALA, INDIA
      • 8 months ago

      This sport should not be practiced in a country like India, it is cruel to animals and it not good for the mental development of the people who participate in this activity. On Feb 22 a young boy was killed while watching this show

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