Court Slams Delhi Police Over Azad’s Arrest, Verdict on 15 Jan
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Delhi's Tis Hazari Court on Tuesday, 14 January, adjourned the hearing on Bhim Army Chief Chandrasekhar's bail plea in the Daryaganj violence case till Wednesday, so that the state can produce all FIRs registered against him in Saharanpur.
Earlier on Tuesday, the Delhi High Court directed the Delhi Police to look into restrictions on Kalindi Kunj-Shaheen Bagh stretch. The road has been closed ever since the anti-CAA protests began in December.
The Kerala government on Tuesday moved the Supreme Court against the contentious act, becoming the first state to challenge it in court.
- Jamia students gheraoed the VC’s office on Monday, demanding registration of an FIR against Delhi Police over violence on the campus
- Congress President Sonia Gandhi called a meeting of Opposition leaders on Monday to chalk out a strategy on protests over CAA and NRC
- Bihar CM Nitish Kumar on Monday said implementing NRC across the nation is “needless and has no justification”
NHRC Delegation Interacts With Students at Jamia
A four-member delegation of the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), led by a DSP level officer, has arrived at Jamia Millia Islamia, to interact with students, ANI reported.
Daryaganj Violence: Court Slams Delhi Police Over Azad’s Arrest, Verdict on 15 Jan
Delhi's Tis Hazari Court on Tuesday, 14 January, adjourned the hearing in Bhim Army Chief Chandrasekhar's bail plea in the Daryaganj violence case till Wednesday, so that the state can produce all FIRs registered against him in Saharanpur.
Delhi HC Directs Police to Look Into Road Restrictions on Shaheen Bagh Stretch
Amid the anti-CAA protests, the Delhi High Court on Tuesday, 14 January, directed the police to take a call on the re-opening of Kalindi Kunj-Shaheen Bagh stretch.
The Kalindi Kunj-Shaheen Bagh road stretch has been closed since 15 December 2019.
'Opposition Unity Important for Protests': Amartya Sen
Days after demanding that the amended Citizenship Act be scrapped, Nobel laureate Amartya Sen has stressed the importance of opposition unity to carry out any protest for a cause, according to PTI.
However, he said even in the absence of opposition unity, protests can continue.
"For any kind of protest, opposition unity is important. Then protests become easier. Unity is important if the protest is for a proper cause," Sen said.
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