SC to hear plea to remove anti-CAA protesters from Shaheen Bagh

The Supreme Court will hear the complaint for directions to the center and others to bring the demonstrators out of Delhi's Shaheen Bagh.

On February 10, two judges of the Apex Court, led by Judge Sanjay Kishan Kol, and also consisting of Judge KM Joseph, issued a notice to the Delhi Government Center and police about the protest.

The court is listening to two petitions seeking the gap of Shaheen Bagh, Kalindi Kunj Street, in which the protest is about to take place for almost two months.

During the inquest, Judge McCall expressed discontent with the protest and said, "The protest has been going on for a long time. How can you block public roads?"

The Shaheen Bagh area of ??New Delhi has gained nationwide attention recently due to the ongoing opposition of the CAA, sitting by people, especially Muslim women with the Amendment Citizenship Act (CAA), the National Population Register and the National Register. National people

PIL filed a lawsuit by Nand Kishore Garg and Amit Sahni through their lawyer, Shashank Deo Sudhi last week, finding a suitable solution to the center and others to withdraw the protests from Shaheen Bagh near Kalindi Kunj.

It states that people in Shaheen Bagh are protesting illegally against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) 2019 by blocking common roads and public roads connecting Delhi and Noida.

The petition sought to find the right direction for respondents, including the Indian Union (UOI), to formulate comprehensive and complete guidelines on the sudden limitations of protest / agitation that led to obstructing public facilities.