"Yesterday night, I had a talk with the learned Chief Justice and he is not expecting any problem whatsoever," a bench comprising Chief Justice H L Dattu and Justice Arun Mishra said.
The observation of the bench came when the counsel for the petitioner, who had filed the PIL before the Jammu bench of the High Court, said that there could be a law and order problem if matters are heard and decided at Srinagar bench.
As the bench expressed its view, the petitioner Parimoksh Seth sought permission to withdraw his fresh plea and sought a liberty to move the Apex Court again in case he felt aggrieved by any subsequent order of high court. The plea was allowed.
Earlier, the Apex Court had suspended for two months a controversial court order for enforcing a legal bar on the sale of beef in Jammu and Kashmir while asking the Chief Justice of J&K High Court to set up a three-judge bench to decide on two conflicting orders on the issue.

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