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Shaheen Bagh Hearing : Live-Updates From Supreme Court

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17 Feb 2020 8:49 AM GMT
Shaheen Bagh Hearing : Live-Updates From Supreme Court
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Supreme Court bench comprising Justice S K Kaul and K M Joseph has started hearing the petitions seeking clearance of Shaheen bagh...

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Supreme Court bench comprising Justice S K Kaul and K M Joseph has started hearing the petitions seeking clearance of Shaheen bagh protest.

Live Updates

  • 17 Feb 2020 9:05 AM GMT

    SG- It is upon them to discuss and then inform. We will give suggestions, but this cannot be their contention that since we have not been able to find alternatives, they will continue here

  • 17 Feb 2020 8:58 AM GMT

    The bench also says that Sr Adv Sanjay Hegde may seek assistance from someone else in talking to protesters.

  • 17 Feb 2020 8:58 AM GMT

    SC asks Senior Adv Sanjay Hegde to act as interlocutor with Shaheen Bagh protesters in respect of clearing the road.

  • 17 Feb 2020 8:58 AM GMT

    Justice Kaul records- Sr Adv Sanjay Hegde is present in court, we would like him to play an active role.

  • 17 Feb 2020 8:57 AM GMT

    Bench asks Sr Adv Sanjay Hegde who's sitting in court if he has anything to say.

    Hegde- I haven't even been there.

    Justice Kaul : Why don't you talk to these people?

  • 17 Feb 2020 8:57 AM GMT

    SG- We need some responsible representatives, so we can be assured that the intervenor will speak to them

    The problem is they keep women and children in front.

    We have tried to hold several meetings. You cannot hold an entire city hostage under the garb of protests.

  • 17 Feb 2020 8:57 AM GMT

    Petitioner says strong words have been used in protests.

    Justice Kaul- With Twitter and all these things today, tendency to go overboard with every section of society exists.

  • 17 Feb 2020 8:56 AM GMT

    Justice Kaul : There must be a balance. This could create a chaos.

    Lawyer for the intervenor says "we have learned that school buses, ambulances etc are being allowed".

    Solicitor General Tushar Mehta opposes "No. There's a complete blockade"

  • 17 Feb 2020 8:56 AM GMT

    A lawyer says intervention application has been filed.

    Justice Kaul : Are your intervenors in a position to go and talk to the protesters to go somewhere and mark there protest where roads are not blocked?

  • 17 Feb 2020 8:55 AM GMT

    Justice Kaul- Democracy works on expression of views. But there are lines and boundaries.

    Justice Kaul : Blocking traffic and causing inconvenience is our concern. My concern is if everybody starts blocking roads, maybe due to genuine concerns, where does it stop.

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