A three-judge bench headed by Chief Justice H L Dattu sought their response within two weeks on the PIL filed by NGO Common Cause.
The bench, also comprising Justices Kurian Joseph and A K Sikri, took on record the statement of Rohatgi and posted the matter for hearing on August 10.
Chowdary probed Gadkari and Moin Qureshi, ‘impressed’ Jaitley with his memory.
Saturday’s meeting was convened at the PM’s residence and was attended by Rajnath Singh, Arun Jaitley, Mallikarjun Kharge, Jitendra Singh and senior officials of PMO.
AG Rohatgi said 10 names have been shortlisted for two post and entire list would be placed before the selection panel,
The Centre has based its argument on the selection-process being an exercise of power by constitutional authorities.
The bankers were presenting a seven-point agenda to the Centre.
SC allowed Centre to continue with selection process including scrutiny of applications of candidates.
Health Minister Nadda had sought AIIMS CVO’s ouster on same grounds.
The court was adjudicating a PIL by NGO ‘Centre for Integrity, Governance and Training in Vigilance Administration’
The petition also asked for fixing minimum knowledge and experience in vigilance matters,
Both the BJP and the Congress have helped demean the office.
CVC has reviewed files relating to these cases and has opposed closure of substantial number of cases.
As per the law, a person can make a public interest disclosure on corruption before a competent authority.
The court order came as petitioner NGO Common Cause accused the CBI of a flawed probe and said it was filing closure reports with extraneous considerations.