New Delhi's "Tees Hazari" Court has barred police from protesting against protesters over controversial citizenship amendment law, saying that people can perform peaceful demonstrations anywhere outside the religious places, including the mosque where we are not allowed to protest. Not allowed
According to the Times of India report, during the hearing on the bail hearing of Bheem Army chief Chandra Shekhar Azad, the court, while complaining to Delhi Police, said, "Police are treating the protesters as if the Jamia Masjid is in Pakistan and where we are Protests should not be allowed, peaceful demonstrations take place in Pakistan too.
It is pertinent to mention here that Bhim Army chief Chandra Shekhar Azad was arrested after violent incidents in Daryaganj against the controversial citizenship amendment law.
During the hearing, when the court questioned the prosecutor regarding the charges against Chandra Shekhar Azad, he expressed his ignorance.
To which the court, surprisingly, prosecuted the prosecutor.
Later, the prosecutor read Chandra Shekhar Azad's post in which he said that he was going to sit in the mosque area.
At that, the judge asked the prosecutor, 'What is the problem with the stay? It is the basic right of every citizen to protest peacefully. '
The court said, "You are behaving as if a mosque is in Pakistan, if the mosque is in Pakistan you can go and protest here as well."
The judge added that "Pakistan was part of a divided India and Chandra Shekhar Azad's post is not unconstitutional".
Later, the court adjourned the hearing till January 22 after hearing the arguments of the parties.
It is to be noted that there is a strong protest against the controversial citizenship law in India last month, and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has come out strong against the law and said that the law in her state Will pass through the body of
It should be remembered that the Indian Supreme Court rejected the petition against the law on the amendment of citizenship, which made the protests intensified in the country.
Violent protests against the controversial citizenship law in India are underway, which has killed dozens of people and banned protests in various states so far.
Thousands of citizens, including students and Muslims, are protesting against the controversial citizenship law.