Section 144: Anti-CAA activists taken on police Say cops’ objection to public meeting citing traffic and presence of both communities not tenable as Jamalpur sees peaceful Rathyatra and Eid-e-Milad processions The anti-CAA activists have submitted in Gujarat High Court that it is duty of the state government to maintain law and order in the city and that any consequence regarding the same cannot be passed on to them. Activists Mudita Vidrohi and Mujahid Nafees filed petition in the Gujarat High Court after Gaekwad Haveli police station refused to give them permission to hold protest against Citizenship Amendment Act at Jamalpur. They had sought permission to hold anti-CAA protest comprising 10,000 people from Jamalpur to Raikhad. The activists had fixed January 19 as the date for protests. However, since the matter was pending with the high court, it will be planned at a later date after the outcome of the plea. The activists raised the issue that the police had given permission to hold pro-CAA protests supported by the ruling party, but denied permission to anti-CAA protesters. They were to hold a peaceful protest and the citizens have a right to raise their voice democratically. Earlier, police had filed an affidavit… Read full this story
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