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SC refuses to pass fresh order to stop cockfights in Andhra
The Supreme Court on Friday refused to pass any fresh order to stop cockfights in Andhra Pradesh. A Bench, comprising Chief Justice JS Khehar and Justice DY Chandrachud, declined to pass the order when it was submitted that the Andhra Pradesh High Court direction in this regard is not being followed.
The fresh plea was mentioned by senior advocate Siddharth Lights who said the HC order banning cockfights in the State is not being followed by the State administration. “The request is declined,” the Bench said.
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