Delhi, India. There was a strong protest in Delhi’s Shaheen Bagh against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) brought by the central government, during the anti-CAA agitation, protesters sat on a sit-in for over 100 days and today the Supreme Court on the same matter Has pronounced its verdict.
Capturing public spaces is not acceptable:
In fact, a 3-member judicial bench headed by Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul has ruled against the protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) in Shaheen Bagh. The Supreme Court, while delivering a major verdict, has stated in unambiguous terms that, “Occupying public places like Shaheen Bagh is not acceptable for protests.
Cannot be captured, as happened during the protests in Shaheen Bagh. Demonstrations must take place in designated places or localities. The right to picket-display is in its place, but it is not right to act now under British rule.
Delhi Police should have taken action