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The findings of seven investigations of recent kambala events in Karnataka – which revealed rampant cruelty to buffalo bulls – show buffaloes desperately need your help. Buffalo bulls were beaten and prodded with wooden sticks, and their tails were pulled. Buffalo bulls who finished the race frothed at the mouth.Reluctant buffalo bulls were pushed, beaten, pulled by their nose ropes, and dragged to the starting point.
It's clear that kambala (buffalo bull races) events cause immense pain and suffering to buffalo bulls. Please add your voice to help bulls by using the form below.
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I have just learned from my friends at PETA India that investigations of kambala events in Karnataka reveal that buffalo bulls struggle when forced to race and that they are beaten, pulled by their tails, and shouted at. The severe mental and physical anguish that they are forced to endure during kambala races is inexcusable. In 2014, the Supreme Court ruled that bulls, including buffalo bulls, are not anatomically suited to racing and that inherently cruel practices – such as kambala – that subject animals to excruciating fear, pain, and suffering cannot be represented as promoting tradition and culture. But now, the President of India has reportedly approved the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Karnataka Amendment) Bill, 2017, allowing kambala in the state despite the Supreme Court judgment. Please add your voice to help bulls.