Karnataka Excessive Court docket has directed the mutter executive to not enable drawl, rallies, procession at any attach in Bengaluru, other than at a designated attach in Freedom Park.
AICC Spokesperson Randeep Surjewala, KPCC President D Good enough Shivakumar and Chief of Opposition in Karnataka Meeting Siddaramaiah with celebration workers, at some stage in the resumption of their padayatra from Mekedatu to Bengaluru to query the implemention of Mekedatu project. (PTI Portray)
Karnataka Excessive Court docket has directed the mutter executive to create certain no protests, processions or demonstrations are held in Bengaluru by any neighborhood or organisation. The high court docket change into hearing a Public Hobby Litigation (PIL) petition initiated suo motu by the court docket in 2021.
The enlighten will create certain no drawl, rally, procession, or demonstration by any neighborhood, political or non-political are implemented in Bengaluru, other than at a designated attach in Freedom Park, Gandhinagar.
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The court docket seen that protests and demonstrations might perhaps well restful be held in an organised manner without disrupting the circulation of site visitors, especially at some stage in height hours. The court docket has asked the manager to bewitch acceptable motion in case of any violation.
The enlighten comes at a time when Congress had resumed its march anxious implementation of the Mekedatu project across the Cauvery river. The five-day padayatra that started in Ramanagara change into supposed to culminate on the National Faculty Ground in Bengaluru on March 3.
Here’s the 2nd leg of the march that ended all of sudden on January 13, when the third wave of Covid had peaked.
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