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'Can't block roads for protests': Supreme Court on anti-CAA stir at Delhi's Shaheen Bagh

IndiaTimes Monday, 10 February 2020
The Supreme Court on Monday said the anti-CAA protesters at Delhi's Shaheen Bagh cannot block public roads and create inconvenience for others. The SC issued notices to Centre, Delhi govt and the police on the pleas seeking removal of protesters and further said that the protest at Shaheen Bagh is going on for long but it cannot create inconvenience for others.
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SC on Shaheen Bagh protest: People entitled to protest, but can't block roads indefinitely| Oneindia 02:19

THE SC HAS REFUSED TO REMOVE THE SHAHEEN BAGH PROTESTERS FOR NOW. THE APEX COURT HAS REFUSED TO PASS ANY DIRECTION ON SHAHEEN BAGH PROTESTS WITHOUT HEARING THE OTHER SIDE. THE MATTER HAS BEEN LISTED FOR FEBRUARY 17th. THE SUPREME COURT ISSUED NOTICES TO THE CENTRE, DELHI GOVERNMENT AND THE POLICE ON...

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