Bharadwaj's counsel Yug Chaudhry told a bench of Justices K K Tated and Abhay Ahuja that the lawyer-activist had severe co-morbidities.
The Goa government submitted said that the Goa Medical College’s capacity is 700 beds but it is providing care to 950 patients at present.
The court further said it had seen photographs of senior citizens and many wheelchair-bound persons waiting outside vaccination centres in long queues.
Restrictions on travelling in local trains to continue due to Covid-19: Maharashtra govt tells Bombay HC
The bench also noted the petitioner had not produced any documentary evidence to show that staff of nationalised banks is permitted to use local trains and dismissed the plea.
The Bombay High Court bench noted that people wear masks below their chin leaving the nose and mouth open.
The court referred to a newspaper report from Thursday morning, according to which, a private hospital in Sangli had set up its own oxygen supply to tackle the increasing cases of COVID-19.
A division bench of Justices S S Shinde and Manish Pitale could not take up Singh's plea for hearing on Thursday due to paucity of time.
Bhave was accused of helping two other accused - Sachin Andure and Sharad Kalaskar - who allegedly shot Dabholkar on August 20, 2013 in Pune, with a recce of the spot and escape route.
Last month, the police issued two summons (on April 26 and April 28) to Shukla, asking her to appear before the BKC cyber department in Mumbai for recording her statement.
CBI counsel Anil Singh said the agency was given a copy of the petition only on Wednesday and hence, it requires time to file its affidavit.
The plea requested the court to give order to Maharashtra government and Pune Police Commissioner to file an FIR in the matter based on the petitioner's complaint which he has already submitted.
The government claimed that the CBI, in the FIR, had included the issue of last year's reinstatement of now suspended Mumbai police officer Sachin Waze, and transfers of some other police officers.
The Aurangabad bench of the high court, comprising Justices Ravindra V Ghuge and Bhalchandra U Debadwar, instead directed the petitioners to approach the police station.
Sunaina Holey had approached the HC last year through her counsel Dr Abhinav Chandrachud, seeking that the FIR registered against her by the Mumbai police be quashed.
A division bench of Justices S S Shinde and Manish Pitale noted that the relief claimed in the petition is related to service matters and hence the jurisdiction lies with the CAT.