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Monday, 06 April 2020 1.18 PM IST

Madras High Court not to stay anti-CAA rally by DMK

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CHENNAI: The Madras High Court on Sunday allowed the DMK to conduct a peaceful rally in Chennai city on Monday as part of the protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act. The court made the direction after hearing a Public Interest Litigation against the anti-CAA rally.

Meanwhile, the court directed the police to use drones in order to capture the visuals of the anti-CAA rallies that are conducted without the permission of the police.


The court made the order after hearing a petition filed by Indian Makkal Nadram which claimed that the rally by DMK would pose a great threat to the law and order in the city. Earlier, the police had denied permission to the rally.

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