The Supreme Court today declined to stay the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) protests slated to be held on Wednesday against the communal violence that broke out in Nuh, Haryana on Wednesday..However, the Court has ordered the State government and the Delhi police to ensure that no hate speech or violence takes place during the rallies. .A bench led by Justice Sanjiv Khanna also emphasised that the authorities should ensure compliance with the Supreme Court's earlier ruling against hate speech.."We hope and trust that the State along with police shall ensure that there is no hate speech against any community or violence against any property. Wherever required, additional police force or paramilitary force be deployed, and wherever required authorities shall use the CCTV cameras or make video recordings in all sensitive areas wherever required. The CCTV footage shall be preserved," the Court's order stated. .Appearing for the Central government, Additional Solicitor SV Raju accepted that the authorities would be bound by the Supreme Court's ruling against hate speech, which was authored by Justice (retired) KM Joseph. .The matter will be heard again on Friday. ."There cannot be any quarrel that hate speeches vitiate the atmosphere. Mr. Raju (Additional Solicitor General), please ensure there is compliance with our earlier order ... Please ensure that authorities have to ensure there is no violence or hate speeches," Justice Khanna said, during the hearing today. .Appearing for the petitioner, Senior Advocate CU Singh told the Court that there has been a call for a large number of protests in the National Capital Region and that there were concerns of hate speech being made calling for the genocide of one community."There are 5 more protests in the evening in sensitive areas like Karawal Nagar," Singh said. "Authorities are aware and they have to take action in terms of our order," the Court replied. "We are bound to comply with Justice Joseph's judgment," Additional Solicitor General SV Raju assured. "Take precautions in sensitive areas.. deploy additional police force.. have CCTV cameras," the Court remarked, in turn. .The Court added,"We are not going this way or that way.. Law and order is policing issue which must be taken care of. Let them take action as per law so that there is no violence, hate speech, law and order issues. Deploy additional police force and the CCTV cameras.".The Court was hearing a plea against the VHP protests slated to be held in the National Capital Region (NCR) of Delhi over the Nuh violence. .The matter was urgently mentioned this morning by Senior Advocate Singh, who expressed apprehensions that hate speech and further violence may arise if the protests are allowed to be held. .Following the urgent mentioning, Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud agreed to pass orders immediately to list the case for hearing today. .As per HT, violence broke out in Nuh district on Monday evening after a mob attacked a VHP procession following rumours that cow vigilante Monu Manesar would be participating in the march.As per NDTV, at least five people were killed in the ensuing clashes and at least 70 were injured, including policemen. The police have registered about 40 cases and arrested over 80 people in connection with the communal violence, it was further reported.The VHP later announced that they would hold protests over the violence in the NCR on Wednesday.