Justices V M Kanade and Shalini Phansalkar Joshi has given the state government two weeks to file its reply.
The case would now come up for hearing on October 7.
The court transferred to HC a PIL seeking rehabilitation of Dalit community members from Mirchpur in Haryana’s Rohtak district.
Article 32-35: All citizens shall have the right to constitutional remedies
Jaising contended that the current system has resulted in discrimination against those who specialise in environmental laws, human rights and PILs.
The court has kept the petition for further hearing on July 29.
The PIL was filed by activist Suresh Patilkhede.
The PIL also sought court orders to declare that the decision to appoint Shakuntala Gamlin as acting chief secretary was ‘illegal’.
The Arvind Kejriwal-led Delhi government had appointed 21 MLAs as “parliamentary secretaries”.
The PIL challenged the Delhi government’s decision over the issuance of a circular calling on all government officials.
The HC had earlier granted the state government two weeks to come up with a policy decision on maintaining safety of women if bars, pubs and restaurants were to be kept open all night.
Aditya Barthakur says the ban is not backed by scientific evidence, lists several health benefits in petition.
The PIL alleged that Justice Prasad had passed an order in a case so as to favour his kin.
The PIL, by NGO alleged that illegal construction was being carried out “with the deep connivance of officials of SDMC as well as police officials of the area with the builder mafia”.
The guidelines reportedly detail the mode and manner in which access/visitation is to be provided to the non-custodial parent.