The observation from the bench came when Bar Council of India chairman Manan Mishra complained against alleged police brutality in the November 2 incident.
In a video which surfaced online on Friday, the woman police officer can be seen pleading with folded hands to the lawyers before getting overpowered.
Several demands to the hospital’s procurement section were sent and several meetings have been held with the medical director, apprising the officials about the critical situation.
However, while the CM chose not to speak on it, senior Aam Aadmi Party colleague Sanjay Singh minced no words, saying the day the cash ban was announced remains a ‘black day’ for Indian economy.
After a brief respite, brought about by rain and increase in wind speed, the national capital’s air quality plunged to the ‘very poor’ category because of high humidity and light rain.
The announcement followed Sikh organisations urging the Delhi government to relax the car rationing rule, which is currently in force in the city to reduce vehicular emissions.
The city, which has already been woefully short on public transport for a long time, saw around 15 lakh private vehicles go off the roads on the first day of the return of the ‘Odd-Even’ plan.
The directions follow the Supreme Court’s recent orders asking various agencies to control factors contributing to pollution in Delhi.
Schools in Ghaziabad, Noida, Greater Noida have also been closed in view of the verdict till Monday.
Litigants are being allowed to have full access to courtrooms and proxy counsels assisting them in the matters, the associations said.
CM Arvind Kejriwal said that the Kartarpur Sahib will be part of the Delhi-Amritsar-Wagah Border-Anandpur Sahib corridor.
The 4th edition of the World Movie Festival by Navrasa Duende that opens on November 16 at the Siri Fort here will screen six films over a weekend every quarter for a year.
In the violence on Saturday, at least 20 Delhi Police personnel and several lawyers were injured.
L N Rao, who is practising law at the Patiala House court for over five years now, claims he received calls threatening to have his chamber sealed and his bar license revoked.
A bench of Chief Justice D N Patel and Justice C Hari Shankar refused to give shorter date for hearing the plea and asked the lawyers to use their good officers for settling the issue with police.