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Notice to Markandey Katju on petition against his comments on beef

Katju wrote on FB post he had a 'danda' with which he wished to hit those who made a fuss over cow slaughter

Press Trust of India  |  Allahabad 

Markandey Katju
Markandey Katju

A in Allahabad has issued notice to retired Supreme judge Justice on a petition accusing him of having made "objectionable" remarks with regard to consumption of in his blog posts.

Additional Sessions Judge Shuchi Srivastava passed the order on the review petition of advocate Rakesh Nath Pandey, who alleged that Justice Katju has hurt the sentiments of a major section of the society by attacking the Hindu belief that the cow was sacred and seeking repeal of the laws whereby slaughtering cow has been banned in many states.



The ADJ has asked Justice Katju to file his reply by the next date of hearing on November 18.

The petition was filed by Pandey challenging an order of the Chief Judicial Magistrate whereby his prayer for directing the police to lodge an FIR against Justice Katju was turned down.

Justice Katju, who is also a former Chairman of the Press Council of India, has made a series of controversial statements on the communally sensitive issue of cow slaughter and ever since possession and sale of were made punishable with fine and five years in jail in Maharashtra in January last year.

In the wake of the lynching case of September last year wherein a 50-year-old man was beaten to death near Noida by a mob suspecting him of having slaughtered a cow and consumed its meat, Justice Katju came up with an outpouring of a number of scathing remarks.

Recently, in a Facebook post, Justice Katju wrote that he had a "danda" (stick) with which he wished to hit those who made a fuss over the issue of cow slaughter and beef.

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Notice to Markandey Katju on petition against his comments on beef

Katju wrote on FB post he had a 'danda' with which he wished to hit those who made a fuss over cow slaughter

Katju wrote on FB post he had a 'danda' with which he wished to hit those who made a fuss over cow slaughter A in Allahabad has issued notice to retired Supreme judge Justice on a petition accusing him of having made "objectionable" remarks with regard to consumption of in his blog posts.

Additional Sessions Judge Shuchi Srivastava passed the order on the review petition of advocate Rakesh Nath Pandey, who alleged that Justice Katju has hurt the sentiments of a major section of the society by attacking the Hindu belief that the cow was sacred and seeking repeal of the laws whereby slaughtering cow has been banned in many states.

The ADJ has asked Justice Katju to file his reply by the next date of hearing on November 18.

The petition was filed by Pandey challenging an order of the Chief Judicial Magistrate whereby his prayer for directing the police to lodge an FIR against Justice Katju was turned down.

Justice Katju, who is also a former Chairman of the Press Council of India, has made a series of controversial statements on the communally sensitive issue of cow slaughter and ever since possession and sale of were made punishable with fine and five years in jail in Maharashtra in January last year.

In the wake of the lynching case of September last year wherein a 50-year-old man was beaten to death near Noida by a mob suspecting him of having slaughtered a cow and consumed its meat, Justice Katju came up with an outpouring of a number of scathing remarks.

Recently, in a Facebook post, Justice Katju wrote that he had a "danda" (stick) with which he wished to hit those who made a fuss over the issue of cow slaughter and beef.
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Notice to Markandey Katju on petition against his comments on beef

Katju wrote on FB post he had a 'danda' with which he wished to hit those who made a fuss over cow slaughter

A in Allahabad has issued notice to retired Supreme judge Justice on a petition accusing him of having made "objectionable" remarks with regard to consumption of in his blog posts.

Additional Sessions Judge Shuchi Srivastava passed the order on the review petition of advocate Rakesh Nath Pandey, who alleged that Justice Katju has hurt the sentiments of a major section of the society by attacking the Hindu belief that the cow was sacred and seeking repeal of the laws whereby slaughtering cow has been banned in many states.

The ADJ has asked Justice Katju to file his reply by the next date of hearing on November 18.

The petition was filed by Pandey challenging an order of the Chief Judicial Magistrate whereby his prayer for directing the police to lodge an FIR against Justice Katju was turned down.

Justice Katju, who is also a former Chairman of the Press Council of India, has made a series of controversial statements on the communally sensitive issue of cow slaughter and ever since possession and sale of were made punishable with fine and five years in jail in Maharashtra in January last year.

In the wake of the lynching case of September last year wherein a 50-year-old man was beaten to death near Noida by a mob suspecting him of having slaughtered a cow and consumed its meat, Justice Katju came up with an outpouring of a number of scathing remarks.

Recently, in a Facebook post, Justice Katju wrote that he had a "danda" (stick) with which he wished to hit those who made a fuss over the issue of cow slaughter and beef.

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