Shaheen Bagh demonstration: Delhi High Court directs police to take action in view of students’ and public interest

New Delhi, January 18: The Delhi High Court has again asked the Delhi Police to look into the traffic problem people and students are facing due to ongoing protest against Citizenship (Amendment) Act(CAA) in Shaheen Bagh, Delhi. Justice Naveen Chawla asked the Delhi Police to look into the problems of the school going students, as their board examinations are in the offing.

The High Court asked the Delhi Police to look into the memorandum of Sarita Vihar Residents Welfare Association. On behalf of the association, lawyer Amresh Mathur filed a petition in the court and informed that the students are facing the most problem due to blockage of road.

Amresh Mathur told the court that the children’s board exams for class X and XII are near. Due to the closure of Road No. 13A and the jamming on Mathura Road, children take a long time to reach their schools resulting in their career may badly effect.

Last January 14, the High Court had asked the police and the government to look into the issue. Work according to government regulations and law.

A bench headed by Chief Justice DN Patel had directed the police to take action keeping public interest in mind. Take care of law and order as well.

The petition said that since last December 15, this road is closed due to the protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act. The petition said that due to the closure of this route, people have to go by alternate route of DND Expressway and Ashram.

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