TDN World Desk: On Thursday Supreme Court observed that there is no law to support Yogi Adityanath government’s action of putting up hoardings of the anti-CAA protesters with name, photo and address, reported Live Law.

The observation came during the hearing of special leave petition filed by Uttar pradesh government challenging the High Court’s order to remove hoardings containing photo and identity of the anti-CAA protesters in Lucknow.

The apex court refused to stay the Allahabad High Court order, but referred the matter to larger bench.

The Uttar Pradesh government’s lawyers said the hoardings won’t be removed for now as the case has been referred to a three-judge regular bench.

On Monday,Allahbad High Court observed that putting up hoardings of people asking to pay for damages violates the fundamental rights of a person recognized by United Ntions as well as the SC. And the court asked the government to remove the hoardings. Following which Yogi govt. moved to SC against the High Court.