Supreme Court Intervention in Shaheen Bagh

Chief advocates Sanjay Hegde and Sadhana Ramachandran, mediators appointed by the Supreme Court to collaborate with anti-CAA protesters on the change of headquarters of Shaheen Bagh, visited the protest site on Wednesday.

The Supreme Court appointed interlocutors Sanjay Hegde and Sadhana Ramachandran reached Shaheen Bagh on Wednesday to persuade protestors to end their blockade of a public road.

It asked senior advocate Sanjay Hegde and advocate Sadhana Ramachandran to talk to Shaheen Bagh protestors and persuade them to move to an alternative site where no public place is blocked. People have a fundamental right to protest but the thing which is troubling us is blocking of public roads, the bench said.

WHAT SUPREME COURT SAYS

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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