Jallikattu - The ban should continue
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On one side, we have the government trying to ban everything and anything controversial and on the other hand the government lifted a ban that agitated more people than it pleased. Jallikattu, the bull-taming game of Tamil Nadu, known for its torturing nature has been given a nod.
Jallikattu was banned four years back when PETA and Animal Welfare Board of India (AWBI) documented and reported the practice of taming animal by torturing and angering them. The AWBI had written to the environment ministry on December 31, advising against any such action to lift the ban but it seems that the centre turned a deaf ear to the suggestion.
Along with Jallikattu of Tamil Nadu, the ban lift also applies to bullock cart racing games of Maharashtra, Karnataka, Punjab, Haryana, Kerala, and Gujarat. Is it just politics for vote banking for the upcoming polls? Would politics always come before welfare and humanity?