The bench, also comprising Justice Indira Banerjee, said it would like to see what orders have been passed by the high court which is dealing with the issue.
Police, however, claimed they had to use the water cannon after the protesters began throwing torches (mashaal) towards the policemen.
North MCD Commissioner Varsha Joshi said that the programme is to celebrate womanhood so that women should feel free and safe in the streets even in the night.
The accused, who lives in the same locality as the victim, was arrested and accepted his crime saying that he first forced himself on the woman and later strangled her.
The AIIMS administration has approached the Economic Offences Wing of Delhi Police seeking an investigation into the scam.
The woman, identified as Anu Dubey was asked to go to Jantar Mantar to continue her protest, but when she refused, she was taken to the Parliament Street Police Station in a police vehicle.
Lt Governor Anil Baijal has approved an ex gratia of nearly `8 lakh to 21 policemen injured in a clash with lawyers in the Tis Hazari Court premises.
The accused have been identified as Mukadir Islam, Ranjeet Ali and Jameel Luit, all in their early twenties.
During investigation, footage from several CCTV cameras was examined, and a vehicle was identified by a phrase written in Hindi on its windscreen, police said.
Students raised 'anti-police' and 'anti-government' slogans in solidarity with their JNU counterparts who were allegedly baton-charged on Monday, a charge denied by the police.
The demonstration is scheduled in the front of the Police Headquarter on Jaisingh Road near the Parliament.
Former students' union president N Sai Balaji claimed that a woman student's foot got fractured during the protest as policemen stomped on her foot.
The protestors were seen carrying placards which read, 'JNUTA rejects fee hike', 'Delhi Police Don't slash students- Support fee cut,' etc.
The petition seeks contempt action against students for allegedly violating the High Court's ruling which restrains them to protest within 100 meters of administration block of university.
Today, Rajya Sabha proceedings were adjourned till 2 pm after opposition uproar over alleged police action on protesting JNU students.