Shaheen Bagh Protesters Meet Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal With Demands

A delegation consisting of 8 protesters from Delhi’s Shaheen Bagh has met Lieutenant Governor of Delhi, Anil Baijal, on Tuesday. The meet comes after the Police had ordered Shaheen Bagh protesters to clear the roads before 2020 board exams.

Shaheen Bagh has come into limelight for its month-long agitation against the Amended Citizenship Act (CAA), un-discussed National Register of Citizen (NRC) and something very basic thing for any country National Population Register (NPR).

Source – The Hindu

The protest being staged near Jamia Milia Islamia University causing traffic jams and blockade of key roads.

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In a tweet shared by L-G Baijal post-meeting, he wrote, “Met the delegation of protestors from Shaheen Bagh. Assured them to convey their concerns to appropriate authorities.”

Shaheen Bagh Protesters Meet Lieutenant Governor
Source – The Quint

“Appealed to call off their agitation in view of continued inconvenience to school children, patients, daily commuters, local residents, etc due to blockade of road,” he added.

Deputy Commissioner of Police and Joint Commissioner of Police from the key areas were also present at the meeting. Governor has instructed the police to maintain peace and harmony in the region.


Officials said that the delegation has submitted its demands including the withdrawal of the CAA, to L-G Baijal. The delegation had also confirmed to covey the Governor’s message to other protesters at Shaheen Bagh.

Source – The Economic Times

“We gave representation to the L-G,” the protesters said after meeting Baijal, adding, “L-G has taken our demands positively.”

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The protesters said that they would open roads for school buses and students during exams while continuing their protests.

Source – Scroll.in

Meanwhile, Home Minister Amit Shah, the other day in Lucknow has said that protesters can protest as much as they want but the government won’t move an inch on CAA.

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