Supreme Court decree on Shaheen Bagh, the site cannot be cordoned off indefinitely by closing roads, it has not resolved

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The Supreme Court has reprimanded protesters in Delhi’s Shaheen Bagh for blocking roads for a month in protest of the CAA and the NRC.

The Supreme Court has reprimanded protesters in Delhi’s Shaheen Bagh for blocking roads for a month in protest of the CAA and the NRC. The Supreme Court on Wednesday heard the case of street picketing. During the hearing, the court made it clear that you cannot block any public place indefinitely by cordoning off the road. This kind of performance is not acceptable.

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According to media reports, the Supreme Court has clearly stated that Shahin Bagh’s protest is not acceptable. Action should also be taken against the officials. The court further said that the administration should have removed those who were blocking the way of these protesters. Officers should not wait for any order.

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The Shahinbagh protest did not solve any problem

The Supreme Court on Wednesday ruled that public spaces cannot be occupied indefinitely. Should work under any law. Shaheen Bagh in Delhi commented on a road jam case by protesters opposing the Citizenship Amendment Act. A three-judge bench headed by Justice SK Kall said dissatisfaction and democracy have come together, but protests should be staged at designated places.

The court said the Shahinbagh movement started as a protest. However, the passengers had difficulty. A lot was seen on social media and the same was seen in Shaheen Bagh. The court said there had been protests in various parts of the capital. However, Shaheen Bagh could not find any solution.

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