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Jallikattu events: Police issue reminder

Jallikattu Singapore : Jallikattu events: Police issue reminder
Foreigners who visit or live in Singapore have to abide by their laws and should not mind the policy of their home country here, police said in a statement Thursday. Those who violate the law will be treated firmly, and may result in people having their visas or completed work passes, they said. The statement comes amid plans to hold an event related to Jallikattu at Speakers' Corner in Hong Lim Park, as well as elsewhere in Singapore. Police came to know these plans and reminded members of the public that organizing or participating in a public assembly without a police permit is illegal. The planned meetings took place as protests in parts of India, including in Tamil Nadu and Delhi in recent days, gathered as supporters of Jallikattu - a controversial festival of domestication of bulls - gathered to demand that the Indian government lift the ban Of the traditional event. A notice calling the Tamils ​​in Singapore to meet in Sembawang Park at 6.30 pm today to show solidarity with pro-Jallikattu protesters in India has been circulating online. Police added that only Singaporeans and permanent residents can participate in assemblies held without police permission in Speaker 'Corner, subject to the rules of the designated area of ​​freedom of expression. "The organizers of these events have a responsibility to take appropriate action to ensure our laws are being enforced," police said. Jallikattu, a traditional bull taming sport, is typically practiced in Tamil Nadu as part of the Pongal celebrations in January, and is seen as a cultural symbol. The Supreme Court of India banned Jallikattu last year after an allegation by animal rights groups that have long argued that the event is cruel. Bulls are released in an open field and young men compete to subdue them with bare hands, which means that participants, spectators and bulls are often injured or even killed. But protesters have taken to the streets of India to demand that the ban be lifted, arguing that they are supporting the preservation of their culture.

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