Speaking on Hindi Divas, Shah on Saturday pitched for Hindi as a common language, asserting it can unite the nation as it is spoken the most in the country.
CPM leader Sitaram Yechury told the bench that he has no objection if Tarigami was shifted to AIIMS for better treatment.
Yechury batted for boosting domestic demand through public investments.
The apex court had permitted Yechury to go meet Tarigami, a four-time former MLA, after he filed a habeas corpus petition.
After the meeting, Yechury left for New Delhi where he would be submitting an affidavit about his meetings to the Supreme Court.
The court had said Sitaram Yechury should not indulge in any kind of political activity during his visit to Srinagar.
Yechury arrived here in the afternoon and was escorted by police to meet Tarigami at his Gupkar Road residence in Srinagar's Civil Lines area.
Armed with the Supreme Court's permission, the CPM General Secretary reached Srinagar this morning to inquire about the health of his party colleague Tarigami.
A bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, however, directed Yechury to only meet his party colleague Tarigami and not use the visit for any "political purpose".
The SC on Wednesday allowed the CPM general secretary to visit Valley to meet his party colleague and former MLA Mohammed Yusuf Tarigami, who has been detained by the authorities there.
A three-judge bench headed by Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi said that all the petitions will now be heard by a five-judge constitution bench in the first week of October.
On Wednesday, the Supreme Court is scheduled to hear a batch of petitions challenging the Centre’s decision on Article 370 and the communication blockade in J&K.
Tarigami, a member of the Central Committee of the CPI(M) and four-time MLA of the dissolved Jammu and Kashmir Assembly has not been keeping well, party sources said.
CPM general secretary Sitaram Yechury said in a series of tweets said the government was not addressing the issues plaguing the country.
He said that the BJP government had distorted history to suit its jingoistic propaganda.