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Thursday, 6 February 2020

Shaheen Bagh demonstration will end, will open the way? SC will hear today

Shaheen Bagh demonstration will end, will open the way?  SC will hear today

Due to the ongoing protest in Delhi's Shaheen Bagh, the Supreme Court will hear today on the petition filed for opening the road connecting Delhi to Noida.

Road connecting Delhi to Noida is closed due to protest

 The petition also mentions the problems faced by the people

 The Supreme Court will hear today on the petition to remove the sit-in protest in Delhi's Shaheen Bagh.  The Kalindi Kunj-Shahin Bagh road has been closed for 55 days due to the ongoing protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and the National Citizenship Register (NRC).

 Due to this, the local people are facing difficulties.  The petition filed in the Supreme Court has talked about the problem of the road connecting Delhi to Noida and appealed to open the way.

 Shahin Bagh area polling station sensitive

 Here, the area of ​​Shaheen Bagh is also considered very sensitive in view of the Delhi Assembly elections to be held on February 8.  In view of the ongoing protest against the CAA here, the Delhi Election Commission has placed all 5 polling stations in the area under sensitive category.

 Delhi's Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) Ranbir Singh said, "In view of the current protests in Shaheen Bagh, we have kept all 5 polling stations in the area in sensitive category.  There will be about 40 booths at these 5 centers.  All these booths have been kept in sensitive category.

 He said that to increase confidence in voters, security forces would march and patrol the area.  In the Shaheen Bagh area of ​​Okhla, hundreds of people, including women and children, have been sitting on a dharna since December 15 against the amended Citizenship Act (CAA) and the National Register of Citizens (NRC).

He said that the police force and election personnel would take 'extra vigil' and monitor the situation at all times.

 Shaheen Bagh falls in Okhla constituency.  It remains the center of anti-CAA protests in the national capital and political parties have made the demonstration here an election issue.  There are 1,47,86,382 eligible voters to cast their votes in Delhi.  There are 2,32,815 people in the age group of 18 to 19 years.

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