Can’t declare absolute proper to protest: SC


New Delhi, September 21

Maintaining that folks can’t declare an absolute proper to protest, the Supreme Court on Monday reserved its order on petitions looking for sure pointers to strike a stability between the proper to protest and proper to free motion and mobility.

A Bench led by Justice SK Kaul — which was seized of PILs filed by Amit Sahni, Shashank Deo Sushi and others towards the anti-CAA protesters blocking roads at Shaheen Bagh in Delhi — stated it could go an order on the bigger problem even because the protesters have been eliminated by the police following the imposition of Covid-19 lockdown.

At the very outset, the Bench requested the petitioners: “Are you withdrawing it?” “No,” replied Sudhi. Sahni stated the protest shouldn’t proceed in future. “In the larger public interest, a decision may be taken,” he stated, requesting the Bench to go an elaborate order. — TNS



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