New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday said it understands the nature of the problem of the road blockade caused by the Anti-CAA protesters in Shaheen Bagh. SC said that it will hear all the plea on 10 February, Monday after the Delhi elections get over on Saturday. The Supreme Court also said that we are also considering sending the matter back to High Court but due to elections in Delhi we are postponing the hearing and will hear it after the elections.
A bench of Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul and Justice KM Joseph said that “We understand there is a problem and we will take it up on Monday. By then, we will be in a better position.” It has been said in the petition that people are facing a lot of trouble due to the demonstration in Shaheen Bagh for a long time. BJP leader and former MLA Nand Kishore Garg has filed a petition demanding removal of the Shaheen Bagh protest and making guidelines for it. Advocate Amit Sahni has also filed a Supreme Court petition demanding that the protest in Shaheen Bagh be removed so that the path of Kalindi Kunj and Shaheen Bagh can be opened again.
Advocate Amit Sahni has filed a petition in the SC demanding that the court direct Delhi Police to monitor the activities of politicians, organizers and supporters present there. In particular, the speeches and activities being held there should be monitored whether the law and order situation is deteriorating through them so that the traitorous organizations cannot take advantage of this serious situation.