Petitioner Dhananjai Jain, a Delhi resident, also sought direction to the Centre to put adequate paramilitary forces to protect important monuments and to ensure safety of life to people of Delhi.
In the judgment, the Data Protection Bill is being actively considered by the government.
A two-judge bench of Justices Vipin Sanghi and Rekha Palli said it won’t be surprised if such politicians were “lynched by the public”.
Non payment of salaries: HC pulls up Kejriwal government, MCDs, makes strong observations against politicians
The high court directed the Delhi government to transfer back within two weeks to the municipal corporations and local bodies the amount recovered or adjusted from them.
Justice C Hari Shankar dismissed the stay application by the producer saying not a single reason was shown to approach the court less than 24 hours before release of the film.
S Bopanna and V. Ramasubramanian said they trusts the chief justice of the Delhi High Court on the issue and he will do whatever is required.
The apex court made the observation while hearing pleas against a recent circular issued by the Delhi High Court allowing physical hearing in some of its courts and on alternate days in trial courts.
The high court was of the prima facie view that the November 24, 2020 order of CIC was clearly passed without according hearing to the RTI activist who has filed a complaint with the commission.
The court directed the Centre and Delhi government to file their responses within four weeks and listed the matter for further hearing on April 9.
The court further said it could not understand what data would be leaked according to the petitioner and since the issue requires consideration, it will be listed on January 25.
The plea is contending that its shareholders have been 'left in the lurch' and the Centre and the Reserve Bank have failed to protect their interests.
The court also issued notice to the state and the lawyer, who had lodged the cheating complaint against MMT, its CEO and a company employee, seeking their response on Kalra's plea by February 10.
Delhi government additional standing counsel Satyakam urged the court to give him time to take instructions on why the deductions were justified.