Former chief minister Jayalalithaa had appealed against her conviction in the disproportionate assets case.
DMK leader K Anbazhagan had filed a petition seeking removal of the Special Public Prosecutor from appearing in the appeal filed before the high court.
Jayalalithaa has been sentenced to four years in jail in disproportionate assets case.
The matter will now be referred to a three-judge Supreme Court bench.
Jayalalithaa said that her party decided to support the land acquisition bill.
Subramaniam Swamy in written arguments said that Jayalalitha’s wealth had grown with her position.
Jayalalithaa was granted bail by the SC, which set a time frame for the High Court to decide on the appeal by April 13.
Jayalalithaa said that it was disappointing that the Railway Minister has not announced new trains.
The bench allowed the urgent mentioning of the plea and posted the matter for hearing tomorrow.
He was nailed on a wooden cross, where he remained hanging for more than six minutes.
DMK challenged the continuation of a controversial Special Public Prosecutor Bhavani Singh in the assets case.
The bench is hearing the writ appeal by Anbazhagan against rejection of his plea for discontinuation of Singh as SPP in the case.
Justice Vaghela ordered that the case be posted before a new bench.
AIADMK leaders hand over Rs 5 lakh cheque from Jayalalithaa.
The application is expected to come up before the bench on February 4.