Amid Assam Vs Tamil Nadu Over Elephant

Received't Return Elephant Joymala To Assam: Tamil Nadu Tells Madras Excessive Courtroom

Confrontation erupted between Assam and Tamil Nadu on Thursday after the latter refused to return the leased elephants to Assam together with temple elephant Joymala.

The Tamil Nadu authorities, in a reply to a PIL filed by the Assam authorities, advised the Madras Excessive Courtroom that it’ll not return the leased elephants.

The event got here a day after the Assam authorities moved the Gauhati Excessive Courtroom following the reviews of torture on elephants and sought the path to deliver again the elephants, particularly temple elephant Joymala which the state had given to Tamil Nadu on lease.

This controversy began after the animal rights group, Individuals for the Moral Therapy of Animals (PETA) launched a video, claiming that Joymala was being subjected to cruelty at a temple in Tamil Nadu.

Nevertheless, the Tamil Nadu authorities denied these accusations.

The Ministry of Setting and Forest endorsed Tamil Nadu’s declare that Joymala is doing nicely.