Bhullar was spared death over mental illness and an inordinate delay by govt in deciding his mercy plea.
Earlier, the proceedings had been adjourned twice to wait for a decision by the President on the mercy petition.
Bhullar was convicted and awarded death penalty for the September 1993, bomb blast in Delhi, which killed nine people and injured 25 others.
The MHA is against allowing Bhullar’s mercy petition.
On February 26, the Centre had assured the court that Bhullar would not be executed in his present health condition.
Bhullar will get two weeks to put up his fresh mercy plea before the President.
Khalistan Liberation Force terrorist Bhullar was awarded death penalty for triggering a bomb blast in Delhi in September 1993.
The bench suggested to senior advcoate K T S Tulsi, who appeared for Navneet, that he would have to show ‘gross miscarriage of justice’ while arguing on the curative petition.
The SC stayed the execution of Devinderpal Singh Bhullar, who is on a death row in 1993 Delhi blast case.
Bhullar was convicted and awarded death penalty for triggering a bomb blast in New Delhi in September 1993, which killed nine persons and injured 25 others.
Khalistan Liberation Force terrorist Bhullar was awarded the death penalty for triggering a bomb blast in New Delhi in September 1993, in which nine people were killed.
The Supreme Court has dismissed Khalistan Liberation Force (KLF) terrorist Devinderpal Singh Bhullars review petition against its refusal to commute his death penalty to life term
Bhullar has been on death row since his clemency petition was rejected in 2011
The convict had sought a commutation on ground of delay by government in deciding mercy plea.
Bhullar was awarded capital punishment in 2001 after being convicted in 1993 Delhi blast case.