In the Shechita and Halal method, the animal is slaughtered by one swift, uninterrupted cut severing the trachea, esophagus, carotid arteries, jugular veins, and vagus nerves, followed by a period where the blood of the animal is drained out. In the Jhatka method, a swift uninterrupted cut severs the head and the spine.
It seems to me that all of these parts could be severed in one cut, and then the appropriate prayers could be said for halal meat, thus making it both jhatka and halal. But perhaps this isn't the case.
Can meat be both jhatka and halal? And, if so, could it also be kosher while maintaining its jhatka and halal status?