Will the notification become a bane?

The Madras High Court on Tuesday stayed for four weeks the Centre's notification banning sale and purchase of cattle for slaughter. In its interim order, a Madurai bench comprising Justices M V Muralidharan and C V Karthikeyan directed the central government to file its counter in four weeks. When a batch of petitions challenging the ban came up for hearing, the judges stayed the operation of the new rules banning the sale or purchase of bulls, cows, camel for slaughter houses or for sacrifice for religious purpose. The order has come amid a raging row on the ban with non-BJP parties and state governments. Super Prime Time discusses the issue with MT Ramesh, PA Mohammed Riyaz, Adv Mathew Kuzhal Nadan and Dr Sebastian Paul.

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