Monday, March 30, 2020
Home News Reports Confusion whether all Islamists of Shaheen Bagh agree to open a tiny stretch of...

Confusion whether all Islamists of Shaheen Bagh agree to open a tiny stretch of road, partially ending their illegal occupation

According to reports, the ‘protestors’ of Shaheen Bagh have put up seven conditions to the SC-appointed interlocutors to decide on vacating the protest site, which they have illegally occupied since December 15, 2019.

Also Read

OpIndia Staffhttps://www.opindia.com
Staff reporter at OpIndia

Confusion looms at Shaheen Bagh-Kalindi Kunj road in southeast Delhi, which the Shaheen Bagh women ‘protestors’ have illegally captured to carry out their anti-India and anti-Hindu propaganda in the name of anti-CAA protests since December 15 2019. Police seem to be confused whether or not these Islamic ‘protestors’ have agreed to open a tiny stretch of road, partially ending their illegal occupation.

Although it was reported that the road has been opened, now it emerges that there is a conflict between two groups in the protestors regarding opening the road. Even Delhi police are not sure whether all protesters agree to open the road.

Delhi police DCP South East was quoted by ANI as saying: “A little earlier today, Road No. 9 was reopened by a group of protestors, but later it was closed by another group. Again, a group of protestors have reopened a small stretch, however, still there’s no clarity if all protestors have consent on this”.

- article continues after ad - - article resumes -

This was in response to reports that celebrations are underway as protestors open Noida-Kalindi Kunj Road via Road No. 9 (Okhla road).

The stretch of Shaheen Bagh to Kalindi Kunj road which is about two to three kilometres has commercial centres housing shops and restaurants. The road ends at Atlanta Water Park. The Shaheen Bagh-Kalindi Kunj road is parallel to the Noida-Greater Noida Expressway which is used by a large number of commuters between Delhi and Noida.

Even as protesters claimed that all the roads that are close to Shaheen Bagh-Kalindi Kunj were open, their illegal occupation, for the past over two months, has been causing severe discomfort to commuters.

Read- Late night drama at Shaheen Bagh: To speak to the media, or not to speak

These arrogant Muslim ‘protestors’ have surprisingly been treating the public space as their private property and refuse to budge even though SC-appointed interlocutors have been trying to negotiate with them for the last four days.

Now, according to reports, the ‘protestors’ of Shaheen Bagh, the epicentre of anti-India and anti-Hindu propaganda in the name of anti-CAA protests, have put up seven conditions to the Supreme Court-appointed interlocutors to decide on vacating the protest site, which they have illegally occupied since December 15, 2019.

The sheer arrogance of these anti-India protestors at Shaheen Bagh to put up conditions to vacate the public road comes three days after the failure of talks between the protestors and the SC-appointed interlocutors.

A two-Judge Bench of the Supreme Court comprising of Justices Sanjay Kishan Kaul and KM Joseph had directed senior advocates, Sadhana Ramachandran and Sanjay Hegde, to act as interlocutors and convince the Shaheen Bagh protestors to relocate to an alternative place. The order came at the backdrop of two petitions filed in the apex court, seeking clearance of Shaheen Bagh area and the Kalindi Kunj Road.

- Support OpIndia -
Support OpIndia by making a monetary contribution

Trending now

OpIndia Staffhttps://www.opindia.com
Staff reporter at OpIndia

Latest News

King Maha Vajiralongkorn of Thailand goes into isolation with his harem of 20 concubines in Germany, books an entire luxury hotel

Thailand King Maha Vajiralongkorn has booked out the entire Grand Hotel Sonnenbichl in Bavaria, with permission from local council

Latest updates and important links about COVID-19 coronavirus

Live statistics and tracking of news related to COVID-19 coronavirus with focus on India.

Pakistan heaps praise on China amid Coronavirus pandemic, Imran Khan’s advisor says stranded students in Wuhan grateful to Pakistan for not evacuating them

The world has a lot to learn from China regarding the prevention and control of communicable diseases: Imran Khan’s adviser said

UP Govt takes over Jaypee Sports City to house migrants returning from Delhi in quarantine

Authorities in Noida have decided to take over the Jaypee Sports City in order to house the migrants fleeing to UP from Delhi.

Coronavirus fight: Assam man offers to donate 4 acres of land to build a hospital for treatment of COVID-19 patients

Krishna Mahanta has written a letter to the Kaliabor Sub-Divisional Officer offering to donate land for COvid-19 hospital

Centre directs States to seal borders and prevent outflux of migrant workers in the wake of coronavirus lockdown

Migrant workers who have violated lockdown guidelines and travelled to other states are to be kept under quarantine for 14 days.

Recently Popular

Infosys employee Mujeeb Mohammad arrested for asking people to ‘spread the virus’ by sneezing in public, fired by the company

Although earlier Infosys said that it could be a case of mistaken identity, later they admitted he was their employee & fired him

PM Narendra Modi launches “Prime Minister’s Citizen Assistance and Relief in Emergency Situations Fund” to receive public donations for fight against Covid-19

This fund will enable micro-donations and large number of people will be able to contribute with smallest of denominations

Manufactured crisis? Delhi govt cut electricity and water supply of migrant workers​, told them buses were waiting for them at UP border

Essentially, it seems like the Delhi government manufactured a crisis and forced migrant workers to flock to the UP border amidst Coronavirus lockdown

Ramayana in the digital​ age: The first​ episode crashes Doordarshan website, top searched in India on Google

As the first episode of Ramayan went live, Ramanand Sagar's Ramayana on Doordarshan become the top search on Google in India

Abu Khalid al-Hindi who attacked Sikhs in Afghanistan was one Mohammed Sajid from Kasargod ISIS module, Kerala: Here is all you need to know

Terrorist who attacked Sikhs in Afghanistan was one Mohammed Sajid Kuthirummal who had escaped from Kasargod, Kerala in 2015 to join ISIS

Subscribe to our newsletter

Each morning, get an email to keep updated with all the news, opinions and analysis published by OpIndia.

Connect with us

216,575FansLike
265,353FollowersFollow
207,000SubscribersSubscribe
Advertisements