Speaking on the Centre’s decision, Dalit leader D.Ravikumar, general secretary, Viduthalai Chiruthaigal Katchi said, “Centre has discovered a way to bypass SC’s orders to satisfy the aspiration of a section of the people. Why don’t all the political parties who came together to demand lifting the ban on Jallikattu in the name of Tamil culture also do this for larger social issues like common crematoriums?”

Nikhil M Ghanekar

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