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Beef ban: SC adjourns matter for eight weeks

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The Supreme on Monday adjourned the hearing on ban on beef in and its export for eight weeks.

The apex earlier on September 2 issued notice to the Government on this matter.

Earlier, the top had issued notice to the BJP-led state government on a challenging a order, permitting consumption of beef brought from states that allow cow slaughter.

The had in May upheld the ban on slaughter of bulls and bullocks in Maharashtra, while making it clear that mere possession of beef of animals slaughtered outside the state cannot invite criminal action.

The High struck down Sections 5(d) and 9(b) of the Animal Preservation (Amendment) Act which criminalised and imposed punishment for possession of beef of animals slaughtered in the state or outside.

Around 36 beef dealers associations across had in August filed a in the top challenging the ban.

The dealers want the to permit the slaughter of cattle - bulls and bullocks, not cows - of more than 16 years of age. They said that after the age of 16, cattle are too old to be used for farming and other activities.

The has challenged the constitutional validity of the Animals Preservation (Amendment) Act, 2015, that bans the slaughter, possession, consumption and import of beef in the state.

In March last year, the BJP-led state government had banned the slaughtering of bulls, bullocks and cows by amending the Animal Preservation (Amendment) Act, 1976, that was challenged in the Bombay High Court.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Beef ban: SC adjourns matter for eight weeks

The Supreme Court on Monday adjourned the hearing on ban on beef in Maharashtra and its export for eight weeks.The apex court earlier on September 2 issued notice to the Maharashtra Government on this matter.Earlier, the top court had issued notice to the BJP-led state government on a petition challenging a Bombay High Court order, permitting consumption of beef brought from states that allow cow slaughter.The Bombay High Court had in May upheld the ban on slaughter of bulls and bullocks in Maharashtra, while making it clear that mere possession of beef of animals slaughtered outside the state cannot invite criminal action.The High Court struck down Sections 5(d) and 9(b) of the Maharashtra Animal Preservation (Amendment) Act which criminalised and imposed punishment for possession of beef of animals slaughtered in the state or outside.Around 36 beef dealers associations across Maharashtra had in August filed a petition in the top court challenging the ban.The dealers want the court ...

The Supreme on Monday adjourned the hearing on ban on beef in and its export for eight weeks.

The apex earlier on September 2 issued notice to the Government on this matter.

Earlier, the top had issued notice to the BJP-led state government on a challenging a order, permitting consumption of beef brought from states that allow cow slaughter.

The had in May upheld the ban on slaughter of bulls and bullocks in Maharashtra, while making it clear that mere possession of beef of animals slaughtered outside the state cannot invite criminal action.

The High struck down Sections 5(d) and 9(b) of the Animal Preservation (Amendment) Act which criminalised and imposed punishment for possession of beef of animals slaughtered in the state or outside.

Around 36 beef dealers associations across had in August filed a in the top challenging the ban.

The dealers want the to permit the slaughter of cattle - bulls and bullocks, not cows - of more than 16 years of age. They said that after the age of 16, cattle are too old to be used for farming and other activities.

The has challenged the constitutional validity of the Animals Preservation (Amendment) Act, 2015, that bans the slaughter, possession, consumption and import of beef in the state.

In March last year, the BJP-led state government had banned the slaughtering of bulls, bullocks and cows by amending the Animal Preservation (Amendment) Act, 1976, that was challenged in the Bombay High Court.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Beef ban: SC adjourns matter for eight weeks

The Supreme on Monday adjourned the hearing on ban on beef in and its export for eight weeks.

The apex earlier on September 2 issued notice to the Government on this matter.

Earlier, the top had issued notice to the BJP-led state government on a challenging a order, permitting consumption of beef brought from states that allow cow slaughter.

The had in May upheld the ban on slaughter of bulls and bullocks in Maharashtra, while making it clear that mere possession of beef of animals slaughtered outside the state cannot invite criminal action.

The High struck down Sections 5(d) and 9(b) of the Animal Preservation (Amendment) Act which criminalised and imposed punishment for possession of beef of animals slaughtered in the state or outside.

Around 36 beef dealers associations across had in August filed a in the top challenging the ban.

The dealers want the to permit the slaughter of cattle - bulls and bullocks, not cows - of more than 16 years of age. They said that after the age of 16, cattle are too old to be used for farming and other activities.

The has challenged the constitutional validity of the Animals Preservation (Amendment) Act, 2015, that bans the slaughter, possession, consumption and import of beef in the state.

In March last year, the BJP-led state government had banned the slaughtering of bulls, bullocks and cows by amending the Animal Preservation (Amendment) Act, 1976, that was challenged in the Bombay High Court.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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