The Calcutta High Court on Tuesday placed an interim stay on the withdrawal of central paramilitary forces from eastern state West Bengal's Darjeeling and Kalimpong district. All fifteen companies are to remain deployed in the North Bengal hills till October 27, the court ordered.  
The Indian government and the state government will file affidavits in the matter. The next hearing in the case is on October 27.  
The West Bengal government had moved

Calcutta High Court seeking a stay on the withdrawal of 10 companies of central paramilitary forces of the total 15 deployed currently in the hills. The Indian interior 
Earlier, the West Bengal government had earlier written to both Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Indian interior minister Rajnath Singh against the decision. State chief minister Mamata Banerjee had written to the central government that this was a "politically and administratively a bad decision" 

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