On 7th January 2017 when Supreme Court orders to ban the festival Jallikattu (a bull taming sport), it created agitation amongst the people of Tamil Nadu. For them Jallikatu, a festival is celebrated as a part of their culture. Jallikattu is an annual festival, usually held during Pongal (a harvest festival), second day of the Tamil month. Spokesman of Congress stands for Jallikattu. In support of the Jallikatu tradition, spokesman of congress Randeep Singh Surjewala said, \u201c People of Tamil Nadu have a right to preserve their culture and tradition which is intrinsic to the lifestyle and time honored practice of Tamil Nadu. Jallikattu is a part of that intrinsic tradition.\u201d What are the protesters upto? With the ban news, people of Tamil Nadu protested against the ban. Protesters include students, teachers, professionals, men and women. They said that they wouldn\u2019t leave Marine Beach till a formal order removing the ban on Jallikattu is issued. Adding to this, they said \u201c atleast the Chief Minister must come to the site of their protest and announce the executive order.\u201d By now, around seven lakh number of heads have been counted who joined the protest at 142 places across the city. Dozens of families provided the snack-meal to these protesters, who have been fighting for their rights and safeguarding their culture since Tuesday night. Tamil Nadu\u2019s Chief Minister\u2019s lead. \u201cThe Tamil Nadu government has decided to take the ordinance route for conducting Jallikattu and a draft to amend sections of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act have been sent to the Home Ministery.\u201d Says the report. Tamil Nadu Chief Minister O. Panneerselvam met Narendra Modi (Prime Minister of India) and discussed his and his state\u2019s problem to safeguard their Jallikattu\u2019s tradition. Modi Ji assured Centre\u2019s support to the State Government. What\u00a0 is Supreme Court\u2019s decision? Supreme Court on centre\u2019s plea agrees to delay the verdict on Jallikattu till centre and the Tamil Nadu government comes with a solution to resolve the deadlock created amongst the citizens of Tamil Nadu. To the whole situation the irony lies into being when there is no ban on the cutting and then eating of animals whereas how you treat a bull as a part of culture is being banned. Let\u2019s see, in future what conclusion Supreme Court will site and what will be its reaction.