Shaheen Bagh news: mediators appointed by the Supreme Court in Shaheen Bagh say they expect a resolution with everyone’s cooperation | India News
“We met them and we listened to them. We asked them if they want us to come back tomorrow, since it is not possible to complete the conversations in one day. They said they want us to come back tomorrow, so we will do it,” Ramachandran told the media. here.
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While interacting with anti-CAA protesters in ShaheenBagh, Ramachandran said his right to protest should not affect the right of others to use public roads and services.
“The Supreme Court has said that you have the right to protest. The law (CAA) has been challenged in the Supreme Court. But like us, others also have their rights, such as the right to use roads, open their stores, arriving students their schools. Their right to protest should not affect the right of others to use these services, “Ramachandran said in ShaheenBagh.
Wajahat Habibullah, a former bureaucrat who was also appointed by the Supreme Court to collaborate with the protesters, said he will meet with the other interlocutors.
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“I will meet with the interlocutors appointed by the SC today. We will discuss in detail what to do and how to do it. The main problem is that people should not suffer due to protests in Shaheen Bagh,” Habibullah said.
The Supreme Court had appointed Monday
Senior lawyers Sanjay Hegde and Sadhna Ramachandran and former chief information commissioner Wajahat Habibullah are going to talk to protesters in the Shaheen Bagh area to convince them to keep the agitation in an alternative location.
The apex court has resolved the matter for a new hearing on February 24.
The Shaheen Bagh area of Delhi had recently gained national attention due to continued anti-CAA sitting by people, especially Muslim women, against the Citizens Amendment Act (CAA), the National Population Registry and the Registry National of Citizens.
The PIL, presented by Nand Kishore Garg and Amit Sahni through his lawyer Shashank Deo Sudhi earlier last week, sought appropriate addresses for the Center and others for the transfer of Shaheen Bagh protesters near Kalindi Kunj.
He said that people in Shaheen Bagh illegally protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) of 2019, by blocking the common and public road that connects Delhi with Noida.
The petition seeks the appropriate direction for respondents, including the Union of India (UOI) to establish detailed, comprehensive and exhaustive guidelines related to direct restrictions to hold protests / agitations that lead to obstruction of the public place.
On video: You must follow the order of the Supreme Court, mediators tell the protesters of Shaheen Bagh