The Ministry of Environment and Forest surrundered before animal abusers, tender affadavit before the Supreme Court and allowed bull taming cruel Jallikattu but we strongly opposed and lodged complaint against MoEF, matter be heard on April 22, 2014 again, please support this petition: https://www.change.org/en-IN/petitions/chief-election-commissioner-of-india-bull-fight-jallikattu-allowed-by-moef-violated-model-code-of-conduct-naresh-kadyan
Election Commission of India also alertrd: http://www.scribd.com/doc/217392932/Ministry-of-Environment-and-Forest-violated-the-Model-Code-of-Conduct-on-their-stand-on-jallikattu-cruel-sport-Sukanya-Kadyan
Petion vehemently signed! Sending positive energy your way.... as a taurean, a (further) case very close to my heart! Greetings & Thank You Naresh, Sukanya for being so vigilant. Best, sandra + The Wuffs
Hurry up!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Cruel bull taming event JALLIKATTU became legal now in India, AWD and AWBI surrendered before animal abusers, withdraw ban, please support this petition up to April 22, 2014 date of decision in Supreme Court of India: https://www.change.org/en-IN/petitions/hon-ble-chief-justice-supreme-court-of-india-why-bull-taming-event-jallikattu-legal-in-india-naresh-kadyan
I can not live in India here after, if animal abuse allowed, why un necessary pain and sufferings?
Kindly take a movement for animals and spread it all around in your circle please,
helpless in India
We wouldn't know about this to protest if not for you - so please don't leave India. Animal abuse is worldwide and we all have to fight it together. Thank you for what you do for animals.
Hear, hear Jan G. Well spoken!
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signed - thank you Kadyan
Kadyan please don't leave India news like this rarely gets reported outside the country it is happening in. If you leave who will let us know about these things so we can help to stop them and this sort of thing happens all over the world unfortunately.
OIPA in India
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Wednesday banned Tamil Nadu's centuries-old Jallikattu bull fights.
A bench of Justice KS Radhakrishnan and Justice Pinaki Chandra Ghose also asked the centre to amend the law on preventing cruelty to animals to bring bulls within its ambit.
The court also struck down a 2011 Tamil Nadu law regulating the conduct of Jallikattu.
The law provided for conducting Jallikattu from January to May in various places in Tamil Nadu to ensure the protection of not only the participants but also of the spectators.
The law was enacted in the wake of a large number of deaths and injuries that took place during the sport.
The ban order came as the apex court allowed an appeal by the Animal Welfare Board of India challenging a Madras high court verdict.