A view of the protest against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA), National Register of Citizens (NRC) and National Population Register (NPR) at Delhi's Shaheen Bagh on February 20, 2020.
A view of the protest against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA), National Register of Citizens (NRC) and National Population Register (NPR) at Delhi's Shaheen Bagh on February 20, 2020. |IANS
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Want SC order on our security : Shaheen Bagh protesters

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New Delhi, February 22, 2020

Anti-CAA protesters at Shaheen Bagh in the capital on Friday told the Supreme Court-appointed interlocutors that if the road parallel to the protest site was opened, the court should pass an order ensuring their security.

On the third consecutive day, since the apex court called for moving the protest to another site, the issue of security took centrestage of the discussion between protesters and interlocutors.

The protesters asked Delhi Police to assure them of safety in writing, and if there is a single incident of attack or firing, the police officials, from the SHO to the police commissioner, should be shunted out.

Advocate Sadhana Ramachandran then asked, "Tell me one thing, who has surrounded the road on the other side? "

To that protesters replied: "We have not blocked the road."

The interlocutors then called the administrative officials in front of everyone and asked about the safety of the protesters, after which the administration said that they will give full protection to the protesters.

Talking to the protesters in Shaheenbagh, the interlocutor Ramachandran said, " If you believe that we are all citizens and do you believe that we all have the right in the constitution, then we should also find a solution together. Shouldn't this path be opened? We have to find a small solution where the protest doesn't cause any problem to other people."

IANS

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