Protest against the CAA: the Uttar Pradesh government sets a seven-day deadline to respond to seizure notices

LUCKNOW: has established a period of 7 days to respond to property seizure notices slapped on those accused of damaging public property during citizenship protests. More than 150 notices have been issued by the Lucknow administration since Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath declared that those who surrendered to violence will do so. The damages must be compensated.

When reviewing security arrangements after mass protests throughout the state during protests against the CAA, the the prime minister had directed the police and administration to accelerate the identification of mutineers through photographs and videos and issue notices quickly. “In Lucknow, about 150 notices were issued. The defendant will be given a week to present his side, but if the committee is not satisfied, the proceedings will begin to draw compensation. If they are unable to pay, their properties will be attached and auctioned, ”said a senior government official.

Under fire of the National Human Rights Commission For alleged police excesses during the protests, the CM also ordered the administration to send video clips of protesters to the NHRC to strengthen the government's position.

The government appealed to a 2010 Allahabad court order that allows it to claim damages for public property destroyed during protests or disturbances of those convicted of violence.

K’taka, Rlys adopts model

Although the CM has received criticism from opposition parties, Karnataka Prime Minister BS Yeddiyurappa said he would also take similar measures against the protesters. Yogi's model is also followed by the Railways.

Meanwhile, the prime minister said that because the protests were caused by rumors and misinformation, police should communicate with people, especially among the minority community, and tell them that CAA will not take away their citizenship. For this, you must get help from the intellectual class, media professionals, teachers, doctors and religious leaders.