After the enactment of the Citizenship Amendment Act, the spark of fire which has erupted from the Northeast has now reached the capital tax. The Supreme Court has made a stern comment about the violent protests of students at Jamia Millia University and Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) in Delhi in protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act. On the plea of senior advocate Indira Jaising, the apex court said that it will hear the matter tomorrow but the violence should stop before that. Jaisingh argued before Chief Justice SA Bobde that human rights are being violated all over the country. The Chief Justice said that we are not against peaceful demonstrations and understand our responsibility for the protection of rights. In front of the bench of Chief Justice, the petitioner also spoke of the alleged video of violence by the police. In response to this, the Chief Justice reprimanded the petitioner and said that this is a court room, one has to put his point in peace here.
Jaisingh argued before Chief Justice SA Bobde that human rights are being violated all over the country.
The Chief Justice said, “We will hear the matter tomorrow (Tuesday), but the violence should stop first.” Expressing displeasure over the incidents of violence, the Chief Justice said that the violence should stop. CJI SA Bobde said, ‘If you (protesting students) have come to us for a solution, then you have to put your point in peace. If you want to remain a protestor then do the same. We are committed to the protection of rights, but this cannot happen in an atmosphere of war. First of all this (violence) should end, only then we will take automatic cognizance. ‘ On the logic of violence by Delhi Police, the Chief Justice said that it is a matter of law and administration, in such a situation the police will have to take steps. We are not against peaceful demonstrations and rights. Public property cannot be harmed. Students cannot take law in their hands to protest. After this, the Chief Justice has set Tuesday as the day to hear the case. A PIL was also filed for immediate hearing in the Delhi High Court. The Delhi High Court denied immediate hearing on the violence in Jamia and the detention of 52 students. The court said that the petitioners should first register and then follow the mandatory procedure.