The Allahabad High Court on Monday directed Lucknow district magistrate to remove posters of those accused of vandalism during anti-CAA protests.
It asked Lucknow district authorities to submit a report by March 16 about the removal of anti-CAA protesters' posters.
The Court had on Sunday reserved its order on a matter related to the state government's move to put up posters of people asked to pay compensation for damage to public property during anti-CAA protests.
Posters had come up at major road crossings in Lucknow late on Thursday night on the directions of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, an official had said.
In Lucknow, around 50 people were identified by police as alleged rioters and were served notices.
Activist-politician Sadaf Jafar and former IPS officer S R Darapuri were among those whose ph
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