Protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) have been going on in Delhi’s Shaheen Bagh for the last two months. After the order of the Supreme Court, on Thursday, both the negotiators again came to talk to the protesters. During this, Sadhana Ramachandran said that we want the way to be open and the movement also continued. If the matter is not made, then the matter will again go to the Supreme Court. At the same time, Sanjay Hegde said that we want the performance of Shaheen Bagh to be an example for the country. As long as there is Supreme Court, you will be heard.
Sadhana Ramachandran said that you called us, so we come. The issues related to you have reached the Supreme Court. Your questions are before the Supreme Court. CAA to be heard in Supreme Court. The Supreme Court believes that the movement is your right. Shaheen Bagh is there and Shaheen Bagh will remain intact. We have been sent by the court to discuss the road.
‘Demonstration should set an example for Country’
Negotiator Sanjay Hegde said that nobody should have trouble with the demonstration. We want the performance of Shaheen Bagh to be an example for the country. As long as there is Supreme Court, you will be heard. You have been sitting for the last 2 months, we live together in India so that others are not inconvenienced. The media was kept away while the interlocutors were addressing from the stage. Both the interlocutors of Shaheen Bagh say that we will not go there as long as there is media.
‘There is no problem, no solution’
Sadhana Ramachandran said that there is no such problem, which cannot be solved. We want to try to find a solution. We want the way to be open and the movement also continued. If the matter is not made, then the matter will again go to the Supreme Court. It is known that on behalf of the Supreme Court, lawyers Sanjay Hegde and Sadhana Ramachandran have been appointed as negotiators who will talk to the Shaheen Bagh protesters and will reach them to the Supreme Court.