hearing for petitions against Jallikattu and bullock cart racing on the SC Constitution bench

The Supreme Court heard petitions challenging Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra governments laws concerning the bull-taming sport Jallikattu and bullock cart races on Thursday . The court recommended that the event be celebrated in temples during the Pongal festival .

New Delhi, India, November 24: The Supreme Court heard a series of petitions challenging Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra governments' laws concerning the bull-taming sport Jallikattu and bullock cart races on Thursday, and the Supreme Court reported that the event has a major cultural, cultural, and religious value.According to the petition, the court recommended that the event be celebrated in temples during the Pongal festival, which it says is an event of great cultural, cultural, and religious The Supreme Court had earlier ruled that the petitions challenging the Tamil Nadu Animals (Tamil Nadu Amendment) Bill, 2017 must be heard by a larger bench, especially because they question whether states have the legislative competence to pass such laws, such as the fact that Jallikattu and bullock cart racing are legal in the state.

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