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Its green signal for Kambla by high court

Its green signal for Kambla by high court
Bengaluru: High court on Monday December 15 green signallled for Kambla. But the one member bench has strictly ordered that cruelty on animals will not be tolerated during the event.

The kambla committee of South Kanara and Udupi had filed an appeal in the high court questioning the order of the Dty Commissioner banning kambla.

The uncertainty on kambla remained as the Apex court had passed an order to ban the sports as, but the state government and the local representatives were giving different statements. Earlier the ban was imposed as per the appeal made by animal welfare board.

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