No One can Block Roads: SC on anti CAA stir at Shaheen Bagh
Hearing requests to remove the protest at Shaheen Bagh in Delhi against the citizenship law, the Supreme Court today issued notice to the government.
New Delhi: Hearing requests to remove the protest at Shaheen Bagh in Delhi against the citizenship law, the Supreme Court today issued notice to the government and Delhi police. Supreme Court said in its statement that there can't be "indefinite" protests on a public road.
People from Shaheen Bagh are protesting against citizenship Amendment Act and NRC. It's been almost two months females from that area sitting in Shaheen Bagh and protesting for their rights. The matter moved to supreme court when locals of that area started facing trouble on road.
The case will resume on 17th of February, 2020.
Local people having problems:
Beacuse of the Protest happening at Shaheenn Bagh local people are facing a lot of problems. In the petition filed in the Supreme Court, it has been said that there is a problem with the road connecting Delhi to Noida and an appeal has been made to open the way. The SC gave decision only on this petition and next hearing will be helad on 17th Feb.
Protest in Shaheen Bagh:
People from Shaheen Bagh area are protesting againt CAA-NRC. It has been more than a month they are sitting there and not allowing any outsider to come in. Anurag Thakur was also in headline for his controversial statement for prostesters, when he said “Goli MAARO”.
Shaheen Bagh Protesters are protesting for 57 days, but because of this normal life is getting disturbed. Supreme Court to hear the pleas seeking removal of protesters from Delhi’s Shaheen Bagh today. The PIL, filed by Dr Nand Kishore Garg and Amit Sahni through their lawyer Shashank Deo Sudhi earlier last week to remove protesters from Kalindi Kunj Area.