Supreme Court agrees the verdict on jallikkattu by a week

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Supreme Court agrees the verdict on jallikkattu by a week

Supreme Court has agreed to appeal from central government for the verdict on Jallikattu case by a week as to prevent any disturbance or riot on legal activities undertaken after verdict. 
Tamil Nadu government has decided to for an emergency ordinance which will set to enable the current  ban over conducting Jallikattu. Central government and state government are right now in discussion with regard. 
Central government representative lawyer Mukul Rohatgi has appealed to Supreme Court to verdict on Jallikattu case by a week. Lawyer is said to mention its appeal after the verdict given at present situation, its extremely adversely affect over current burning situation. So Supreme court to allow Status Quo for present. 
Judges of Supreme Court headed by Justice JS Kehar conducted an enquiry on lawyer’s appeal and accepted the request given by Central government lawyer Mukul Rohatgi.
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