After Mahesh Babu raised his voice in support of the 'Jallikattu' movement in Tamil Nadu, describing the sport as the spirit of the Tamils, the founder of Jana Sena, Pawan Kalyan also joined the chorus of 'Jallikattu'.
Unlike other celebrities, Pawan provided a detailed presentation of his views on the Supreme Court's ban on Jallikattu and asked why the same cruelty laws against animals are not imposed on Indian beef companies And poultry.
In addition, Jallikattu, Pawan also stressed the issue of banning "Kodipandem" in the Telugu states and called the ban on attacking the culture and traditions of the South people.
"BAN on 'Jallikattu' and 'Kodipandem' by Govt of India is an attack on the Dravida culture and its integrity.
This is how it is seen in the Hindustan of Dakshin. I had observed this "deep wound" in the people of "Dakshin Bharat" while I was filming in Pollachi (Tamil Nadu) and during my political interactions with Andhra about the banning of their respective cultural events in recent times, Pawan tweeted.
He also presented statistical data from the Indian beef and poultry industry and asked the Supreme Court why the slaughter of animals was not "animal cruelty" when traditional "animal" Calling them "animal cruelty".
"Govt from India, cited" animal cruelty "as the reason for banning" Jallikattu and Kodipandem "If we really consider this Puritan approach, then we need to look at the statistics of the Indian export of beef and The Indian poultry industry.
India is the largest exporter of beef in the world. 2.4 million tonnes of beef exported by India in 2015, where Brazil and Australia could export only 2 and 1.5 million tonnes. And exports of beef recover almost $ 5 billion with a growth rate of 14 percent each year. And, interestingly, these big beef exporters are owned by "HINDUS" and not Muslims.
Imagine how many cows, calves and buffalo should be slaughtered to get 2.4 million tonnes of beef. Why is this kind of slaughter not attracting animal cruelty? Just because we do not see it !! Why did the act of cruelty to animals apply only to Jallikattu, where the animals wounded or killed are insignificant compared to the quantity of animals that had to be slaughtered for business, "tweeted the Chief Jana Sena.