Justice Prathiba M Singh asked Additional Solicitor General Chetan Sharma and central government standing counsel Anil Soni to seek instructions on the query and inform the court by March 4.
A Division Bench of Chief Justice DN Patel and Justice Jasmeet Singh said that a new bench will be designated for hearing the petitions.
Republic Day violence: Media house denies in Delhi HC any offensive reporting against Sikh community
In an affidavit filed in the high court, it has claimed that 'not even a single assertion was made in relation to the Sikh community'.
The petitioner, a retired civil servant, Rajesh Kumar, had filed the petition in the Supreme Court and challenged the making of FASTags mandatory for all motor vehicles.
Services on a major section of the busy Blue Line of the Delhi Metro were intermittently affected for nearly two hours on Friday.
He also targetted the Congress saying its government in Punjab “abrogated” the duty towards its citizens and allowed free hands for the central government to arrest youth from the state.
As part of the programme, Delhi BJP chief Adesh Kumar Gupta will spend ‘time’ with the booth-level workers and office-bearers in all 280 wards.
Police to target improper parking and temporary encroachments
Nearly a month later, a temporary structure had come up overnight near the site on the median verge of a street, leading a war of words between the AAP and the BJP.
On Wednesday, 200 Covid-19 cases and two new deaths were registered, pushing the toll to 10,905.
The e-rickshaws, called ETO, were flagged off by DMRC Chairman Mangu Singh.
The Delhi government and its various departments are going to be the first in the country to completely shift to electric vehicles.
Justice Mukta Gupta issued notice to the Ministry of Home Affairs, Delhi government and the Delhi Police seeking their stand on the petition filed by the Delhi Waqf Board.
Aam Aadmi Party spokesperson Saurabh Bhardwaj demanded the Centre to clarify the reasons behind the 'petty decision' to reduce Kejriwal's security cover.
People in remote areas are 'our citizens' who need to be heard and may not understand the draft if published only in English and Hindi, the court said.