The Centre today lifted the ban on the bull taming sport in poll-bound Tamil Nadu following an extensive demand for its restoration by political parties in the state. The decision to allow sport and bullock cart races came despite objections by animal rights groups, who claim that during this event bulls are deliberately disoriented through substances like alcohol and are stabbed and jabbed by objects like sickles, spears, knives and dragged to the ground.

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Jallikattu against govt’s ideology of saving cows: Maneka Gandhi-led PFA