PIL filed in Delhi High Court for removal of Protestors by deploying paramilitary forces

A public interest litigation (PIL) for the eviction of people sitting on roads “under the robes of Kisaan Protest” was moved before the Delhi High Court.

The petitioner, Dhananjai Jain, said that on Republic Day he was left “shocked” by the unimaginable developments in different parts of Delhi, including the Red Fort.

The petitioner argued that a protest must be within democratic and civilized terms and should, under no circumstances, become violent.

The petitioner calls it a “matter of absolute shame” that the Delhi Police were “seen in a state of extreme powerlessness” when the protesters tried to “chase, threaten and physically assaulted by the protesters”

The petitioner claimed that the Delhi Police Commissioner had shown himself to be “extensively incapable” and thus prayed for the deployment of sufficient para-military forces in Delhi to ensure the safety of individuals and monuments.

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