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During the last hearing on April 10, would continue till September 28.“The protection will be there” Justice Sanjeev Sachdeva said after JNU counsel sought time to file additional documents and affidavit on the petitions filed by students who have challenged their punishment which ranges from rustication for a few semesters to withdrawal of hostel facilities During the hearing the JNU counsel told the court that they have filed affidavit on the pleas of Khalid and Bhattacharya but certain additional documents have to be filed The counsel however assured the court that the varsity would not take any action in the matter as of now Regarding the pleas by other students the court asked JNU to file separate affidavits on these petitions as factual aspect of these issues could be different To this JNU’s counsel said “the court can hear me on these issues and if the court feels that we need to file separate affidavits we will file it” When the court fixed the matter for hearing on September 28 the counsel appearing for the students said the varsity should be asked not to implement the August 22 order against their clients since the matter is pending before the court The JNU counsel said “We are not taking any action We are not in any hurry” The court also told the petitioners that the “assurance” given by the varsity of not taking any action till the matter is pending would continue The appellate authority of the university has rusticated Khalid from JNU till December this year while Bhattacharya has been asked to be out of the varsity for five years Khalid and Bhattacharya who were penalised along with 19 others including Jawaharlal Nehru University Students Union (JNUSU) president Kanhaiya Kumar have challenged the findings of the appellate authority Kanhaiya and some other students have also moved court against the August 22 order Kanhaiya Khalid and Bhattacharya were earlier arrested in a sedition case in connection with the February 9 event on campus against hanging of Parliament attack convict Afzal Guru during which anti-national slogans were allegedly raised They are now out on bail For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Ravik Bhattacharya | Kolkata | Published: June 1 2017 5:49 am Related News Beef traders see a silver lining after Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee opposed the Centre’s changes to the rules on cattle trade and have proposed an early morning shift in state-run abattoirs in Kolkata to avoid hassles with transportation Describing the Centre’s ban on sale and purchase of cattle from animal markets for slaughter as “unconstitutional undemocratic and unethical” Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee had on Monday said it was the Centre’s deliberate attempt to “encroach upon the state’s power and federal structure of the country” She further asserted that her government would not “accept this order and challenge it legally” Other states such as Kerala and Karnataka have also opposed the Centre’s move “We are thankful to Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee for taking a stand After what happened in Uttar Pradesh and the Centre’s ban supply of animals has dwindled in slaughterhouses in Kolkata and other areas Now we see a silver lining” said Muhammed Ali state president of Jamiat-ul-Quraish and president of Beef Dealers’ Association According to Ali the influx of cattle to the state has slowed considerably following the stir in Uttar Pradesh and the Centre’s latest move Beef dealers want other state governments to follow suit to avoid hindrances from cow protection vigilante groups and police in states such as Uttar Pradesh and Bihar which export cattle to Bengal According to the traders lakhs of jobs have been jeopardised in the state following recent developments “We have made a proposal for early morning shifts to the government (Kolkata Municipal Corporation) At present in state-controlled slaughterhouses in Tangra work is done from 1 pm to 5 pm and meat is supplied in the evening and night We have proposed to shift the time of slaughter from 5 am to 10 am” said Ali “Apart from providing fresh meat the early morning timings would also help us avoid hassles on transportation There are fewer people on the roads before 10 am and we will finish our distribution to shops early” he added Earlier over 300 animals both buffaloes and cows were slaughtered in a government-run slaughterhouse in Tangra area of Kolkata every day Following the crackdown the number has come down to 100 to 120 animals Animals are also slaughtered in Rajabazar Mehdibagan Narkeldanga Alimuddin street and some other parts of the city “Now weekly four or five buffaloes are slaughtered in Tangra Earlier hundreds were available every day The animals have stopped coming” said Ali For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Updated: April 5 2015 5:24 am The arrested militants (faces covered) were Saturday produced before the special ATS court in Sewri which granted their transit custody till April 10 (Source: Express Photo by Ganesh Shirsekar) Related News The Maharashtra Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) has arrested three National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB) militants from Navi Mumbai for their suspected role in the ethnic violence in Assam in December last year which claimed 74 lives “We arrested them on Friday and produced them on Saturday before the court which granted their transit remand till April 10” an ATS official said Share This Article Related Article The three have been identified as Bisho alias Ansai Songa Basumatary (22) Swamkhwr Basumatary (20) and Purno Narzary (19) According to the official they were working in a cold storage unit in Taloja “We had kept a watch on the movements of the three who were living in separate places” the official added In Assam the three alleged militants are wanted in a case of kidnapping conspiracy and waging a war against the nation registered against them in Chariduar police station After the violence many militants fled the north-eastern state after police began a crackdown For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) July 16, ??? 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