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    The Supreme Court on Friday said it will hear pleas seeking removal of protestors from Delhi’s Shaheen Bagh on February 10.

    The top court said it would take up the matter on February 10 in connection with two PILs seeking a direction to Central government for laying down comprehensive guidelines relating to outright restrictions for holding protest leading to obstruction of public places.

    “We do understand that there is a problem,” said the Supreme Court after Advocate Shashank Deo Sudhi started arguing and said that the court should pass appropriate directions to the concerned authorities as far as the protestors in Shaheen Bagh is concerned.

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