Protests Intensify In Tamil Nadu Against Ban On Jallikattu

Massive protests erupted against the Jallikattu ban on Tuesday morning continued across Tamil Nadu on Wednesday with thousands of people joining in Madurai, Chennai, Salem and Coimbatore. The protests that started in Madurai a day after Pongal festival spread to other parts of Tamil Nadu after police arrested over 200 protesters there on Tuesday morning.

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    Sankaran Krishnan
    Jan 19, 2017 at 4:08 am
    The Student m movement taken over the issue which boils every day and hope they will not mix the Politicians with the issue and instead keep them at a distance and also make them responsible for their total failure to convince the Central Govt. and as well the State Govt. and what role the Leading Lawyers and Legal cells of the Political Parties are doing and why not they had defended at the SC or else they are admitting they are incapable of arguing at the SC and in that case why not stop practicing as Lawyer or Advocate ????
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      srinivas
      Jan 19, 2017 at 1:54 am
      Instead of gathering people of all shades of opinion and making Jallikattu a mega event, why not the erudite lawers in TN place their convincing argments before the SC - more convincing than what the opponents offer. Today's students are tomorrow's rulers - pease do not involve them in protests that results in postponments of examinations in schools/colleges. Endeavour to teach them discipline - not to defy law.
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