Farmer Protest Latest News: Supreme Court gave a historic verdict on the Shaheen Bagh demonstration. The Supreme Court had said in the judgment that demonstrations cannot be held in public places. It is a violation of the rights of the people.
Will SC’s decision on Shaheen Bagh be applicable to farmers’ demonstration? (Photo Credit: File Photo)
For the last six days, farmers have been demonstrating on the streets of Delhi. Farmer organizations have been proposed to negotiate on behalf of the government, but the farmers want to negotiate on their terms. Thousands of farmers coming to protest in Delhi against three agricultural laws implemented by the Center are still frozen on the national capital’s Singhu and Tikri border with another cold night spent on the road. Due to the farmers’ movement, many roads and roads coming to Delhi are closed. Meanwhile, the borders of Faridabad and Ghaziabad from Delhi are also closed. In such a situation, the farmers’ performance is valid even after the decision of the Supreme Court in the Shaheen Bagh case?
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What was the decision of the Supreme Court
The Supreme Court had ruled in October that no person or group can block public places, in protest against the CAA in Shaheen Bagh. The Supreme Court said that the public place cannot be occupied indefinitely. The court said that the right to picket-display is in its place but it is not right to do the activities of the British rule right now.
Public places not occupied indefinitely
The Supreme Court said that a large number of people had gathered in the anti CAA protests in Shaheen Bagh News, protesters blocked the way. The Supreme Court said that during the hearing of the case, a different decision was given from the court. The Supreme Court said that public places and roads cannot be occupied indefinitely.
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Can not block public places
The Supreme Court said that public places or avenues cannot be blocked to express protest. The top court said that the authorities should remove such blockage. Protests should be held at fixed places. The court said that the protesters’ protest in public places is a violation of people’s rights. It is not allowed in law.
First Published : 01 Dec 2020, 12:01:44 PM