The incident took place at around 7 am. Rairangpur Rural IIC Niroj Kumar Mallick said Ali used to regularly procure cattle from several markets in the district.
Dairy farmers said, as only limited cash of Rs 50,000 can be carried by buyers, they have been facing losses as farmers fear money would be confiscated during checks.
The apex court said that the Madras High Court's stay on Centre's notification on the sale of cattle including cows for slaughter will continue and would cover the entire country.
A vacation bench comprising Justices R K Agrawal and S K Kaul issued notice to the Centre and asked it to file response within two weeks on two separate petitions challenging the notification.
The Assembly urged the Narendra Modi government to scrap the new rules as they threaten the livelihoods of lakhs of people and harm the nation's food security.
Petitioners say it's illegal to interfere in property right to property, and that the Centre's ban is unconstitutional as markets and veterinary practices are state subjects, not under central ambit.
Pinarayi Vijayan today shot off a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi saying imposing restrictions on cattle trade will affect the country's secular ethos and millions of livelihoods.