The ECI has recommended to the President the disqualification of 20 legislators who were appointed as parliamentary secretaries by the Arvind Kejriwal government in Delhi.
Noting that the EC's order defied the "principles of natural justice", AAP's Delhi unit's chief spokesperson Saurabh Bharadwaj said the poll panel did not hear the MLAs' case.
The pleas by seven MLAs was mentioned before a bench headed by Acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal for urgent hearing, which was listed for today itself.
Congress, BJP demand Kejriwal's resignation after Election Commission recommends disqualification of AAP MLAs
The AAP legislators were accused of being unconstitutionally appointed as parliamentary secretaries to assist various Ministers of the Delhi government.
In its opinion sent to President Ram Nath Kovind, the Election Commission said by being parliamentary secretaries, the legislators held the office of profit and were liable to be disqualified.
The AAP MLAs rushed to the well of the House as soon as the proceedings began, demanding a discussion on the ongoing drive against properties that allegedly violate municipal norms.
The central probe agency, on December 1 last year, had conducted similar searches on the premises of a relative of Karti and others in this case.
Large-scale riots had broken out in Delhi in the aftermath of the assassination of then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi by two Sikh security guards on October 31, 1984.
DRI busts international hawala racket, arrests Jet Airways employee with Rs 3.25 crore in US dollars at Delhi airport
The inspection was undertaken by a Directorate of Revenue Intelligence team at the Indira Gandhi International airport.
The directions were issued at a meeting, chaired by the Lt Governor, to review progress of cleanliness initiatives of the three municipal corporations.
Kejriwal said the Lt Governor did not consult the government before appointing the CEO of Delhi Urban Shelter Improvement Board, which looks after night-shelters for the homeless in the city.
They claim that as the market is a shopping complex and they are not doing anything illegal, a conversion charge is not applicable
Jigisha was abducted by four men in a car little away from her home after she was dropped by her office cab on March 18, 2009.
A bench of Justices S Muralidhar and I S Mehta, however, upheld the life imprisonment awarded to the third convict by a trial court in the case.
With the number of registered vehicles crossing the one-crore mark and air pollution taking centre-stage among the issues in the national capital.