CAA Protests: Court bound to see that people have a right to agitate, says Bombay High Court

The Court also noted that protesters cannot be called traitors or anti-nationals only because they want to oppose a law.
CAA Protests: Court bound to see that people have a right to agitate, says Bombay High Court
CAA protests

The Bombay High Court on Thursday held that persons peacefully protesting against any particular law cannot be called as traitors or anti-nationals. The observation was made while granting permission for the conduct of an indefinite protest against the controversial Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), 2019 in the Beed district of Maharashtra.

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