Delhi government additional standing counsel Santosh K Tripathi told the court that another bench was dealing with the migrant workers' plight and the instant petition can be clubbed with that matter.
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced a six-day lockdown in the national capital starting from 10 pm on Monday (April 19) up to 5 am on Monday (April 26).
The national capital on Sunday recorded the biggest jump in its daily COVID-19 tally with 25,462 fresh cases, while the positivity rate shot up to 29.74 per cent.
A purported video of the incident was shared on social media platforms, wherein the couple could be seen misbehaving with police personnel when they were asked the reason for not wearing masks.
Many who were caught off guard by the government's night curfew announcement and tried to get e-passes complained that websites of both the Delhi government and police were choked.
In view of rising Covid-19 cases, the Delhi government has imposed a night curfew in the national capital till April 30.