The Supreme Courtroom on Monday said the anti-CAA protesters at Delhi’s Shaheen Bagh can’t block public streets and produce inconvenience for other folks.

The apex court docket issued notices to the Centre, Delhi authorities and the police on the pleas searching for elimination protesters from Shaheen Bagh.

“There is a legislation and people today have grievance against it. The subject is pending in court docket. In spite of that some people today are protesting. They are entitled to protest,” a bench comprising justices S K Kaul and K M Joseph said.

“You can’t block the public streets. There can’t be indefinite period of time of protest in this sort of an space. if you want to protest, it has to be in an space identified for protest,” the bench said.

The apex court docket even more said that the protest at Shaheen Bagh is heading on for long but it can’t produce inconvenience for other folks.

The bench said it would not pass any way devoid of hearing the other aspect and posted the subject for February 17.