Two dead and 129 people injured in bullfights in India
In bullfights in the province of Tamil Nadu, in south India, Sunday, two deaths. Also were 129 people injured.
The supreme court in India banned the local tradition in 2014, but the local authorities knew that the prohibition to work: the animals were using a regulation six months are excluded from the by the supreme court-imposed regulations.
A lot of people in the region want it to use permanently legalized, reports BBC News. It is expected that animal rights organisations against the regulation in appeal will go.
In total, 210 bulls loose in the village Rapoosal. Conquering angry bulls is part of the festivities in the framework of the oogstfestival.
Protests against ban bullfighting
In India many people go to the streets because they want that bullfighting is legalized.
They protest against animal rights organisation PETA and for the Jallikattu festival, where traditionally the bulls to be tamed.
Many shops are closed in protest against a ban of bullfighting.
Students protest against a ban of bullfighting.
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