Delhi High Court Warns Severe Action Against Protests in Court Premises Amid Kejriwal’s Arrest

In an urgent mentioning before the Delhi High Court today, concerns were raised about the Aam Aadmi Party’s Legal Cell’s plans to stage protests in district courts. The protests are in response to the recent arrest of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.

Advocate Vaibhav Singh brought the matter to attention, cautioning against the potential for unrest and disruption within the court’s premises.

The division bench, led by Acting Chief Justice Manmohan, addressed the issue with a call for prudence and restraint.

The bench emphasized, “Better sense will prevail. Nothing will happen. Many people say a lot of things.”

Highlighting the significance of maintaining order, the court warned that any organized protest within court premises would be at the organizers’ own risk, underscoring the serious repercussions that could follow.

Acting Chief Justice Manmohan reiterated the inviolability of the fundamental right to access the courts. He stated, “The right to approach the court is a fundamental right. No one can be stopped, if someone stops the common people, there will be very severe consequences.”

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The court has scheduled a follow-up on the matter for tomorrow,

This development comes amid heightened tensions and widespread attention to the legal proceedings involving Chief Minister Kejriwal.

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