The DRT has been functioning from the basement of Keshav Kunj, which has been owned by RSS Bharat Prakashan for several years.
The case relates to the taxation of festival discounts that dealers of car companies offer to boost sales.
The High Court had last month asked police to give an analysis of data regarding crimes against women.
The court converted the petition into a PIL and has sent the matter to the Chief Justice.
The court noted that such a large quantity of water could be treated and be used to irrigate the forest area nearby.
The civic bodies told the court that there was a delay in tackling cases of unauthorised construction.
The court, however, said all issues would be taken up after Muharram and the festival season was over.
The plea had asked that the existing one be demolished and a six-lane flyover built in its place.
The court has been hearing the dispute between the Anjuman-e-Haideri, local residents and a nursery run in the BK Dutt Colony.
Solanki has moved a petition before the court for quashing the FIR that was registered by the CBI in 2003.
The high court said that the Indian National Lok Dal chief “cannot take the court for ride.”
In its petition, CBI has prayed for immediate cancellation of bail of Chautala and sought his return to jail.
The report also said that all her meals need to be carefully monitored.
The court in August had directed the ministry to take samples of the water and submit a report.
CBI counsel Monica Gupta informed the court that the agency was ‘not in any position to verify’ the allegations.