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SC On Shaheen Bagh Protest: You Cannot Block the Way, What Will Happen If Everyone Starts Performing Like This?

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New Delhi: Protests against the CAA have been taking place in Delhi’s Shaheen Bagh for nearly two months. Due to the demonstration, common people are facing problems. This had particularly bad effect on traffic. The road is closed and the police are deployed over there. A petition was filed in the SC regarding the closure of roads due to the protest. During the hearing on Monday, the SC said that you cannot stop the way. Demonstrations in a common area cannot be continued. What will happen if everyone starts performing like this?

A bench of Justices Sanjay Kishan Kaul and KM Joseph said during the hearing of the case that this sit-in demonstration had been going on for several days. This cannot be continued in a common area, otherwise everyone will start protesting everywhere. Can you close the public area like this? Can you block the public road? The performance has been going on for a long time and a place must be ensured about the performance. The SC has issued notices to Delhi Government, Central Government and Delhi Police. The next hearing of this case will now be held on February 17.

During the hearing, the petitioner demanded the issuance of an interim order but the SC refused to issue any order. The court said that they have been on strike for 58 days. You can wait another week. BJP leader and former MLA Nand Kishore Garg has filed a petition in the SC demanding removal of Shaheen Bagh protest beside issuing guidelines. Advocate Amit Sahni has also filed a SC petition demanding that the ongoing protest in Shaheen Bagh be removed so that the path of Kalindi Kunj and Shaheen Bagh can be reopened. It has been said in the petition that people are facing a lot of trouble due to the ongoing protest in Shaheen Bagh for a long time. At present, Delhi government, police and central government will now respond to the notice.