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The Supreme Court granted bail to 22 anti-CAA protesters with conditions attached

10th September 2020

The Supreme Court granted bail to 22 anti-CAA protesters with conditions attached

The Supreme Court on Wednesday has granted bail to 22 Anti-Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) protesters who were arrested for allegations of violence and attack on the police. The judges passed this order after disposing the SPL petition. This protest took place in Mangalore on December 19, 2019.
In March, the SC had stayed the 17th February order of the Karnataka HC to grant the bail.
The court comprising of Chef Justice SA Bobde, AS Bopanna and V Ramasubramanian directed that the applicants to be released on bail with a bond of Rs.25, 000/- each but with certain conditions.
The conditions direct the applicants to report to the nearest police station on every alternative Monday and to ensure the applicants do not participate in any violent activities or meeting.

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