The sixth accused, E P Jayarajan, did not appear in court.
Now, all the six, including minister V Sivankutty, K T Jaleel, and EP Jayarajan, have to appear before the court on September 14.
The Bill is widely seen as the LDF government's preemptive strike against the BJP's designs to foist its men at the helm of universities.
Both the LDF and the UDF accused each other of creating a situation that has now threatened the future of thousands of farmers, traders and families living along the forest fringes of Kerala.
The Opposition was especially critical of the new changes that were introduced when the Bill was under the consideration of the Assembly Subject Committee.
Speaker M B Rajesh instructed George not to give vague answers to questions raised in the House.
Rarely does a political speech create such a storm on Instagram.
The Opposition was least interested in opposing the University Laws (Amendment) Bill that would clip the powers of the Chancellor/Governor.
'Some have booked tickets to Pak for me. What is even more unfortunate is that some members of the House also hold similar views,' he said after UDF MLA TV Ibrahim made some comments on the post.
The government is all set to present two bills in the House, today and tomorrow, which could curb the Governor’s powers.