The two men are accused in an FIR lodged at Dayalpur police station in northeast Delhi for offences of murder, rioting and criminal conspiracy under the IPC.
Hiremath, represented through senior advocate Kapil Sibal, has approached the high court after his earlier anticipatory bail plea was dismissed by a trial court here on March 12.
MHA made the submission while defending the decision of the Indian Embassy in Brussels, Belgium asking a Belgian woman to surrender her OCI card.
Justice Mukta Gupta issued notices and sought responses of the Delhi Police and the complainant woman on journalist Varun Hiremath's plea seeking anticipatory bail in the case.
The safai karamcharis were striking over the non-payment of salaries on time and pressing their other demands.
HC refuses to entertain plea to direct Delhi govt to take steps for controlling Covid-19 second wave
The application was filed in a disposed of petition which had sought to increase the COVID-19 testing capacity in the national capital and getting speedy results.
Justice Prathiba M Singh recused herself from hearing the two petitions and directed the registry of the high court to list it before another bench on April 12, subject to the orders of the chief just
A bench of Chief Justice D N Patel and Justice Jasmeet Singh issued notice to the Centre and the EC and sought their response to the application by Vikram Singh, the former DGP of Uttar Pradesh.
“When all the authorities are unanimous on mandatory masking, it defies logic as to why the rule should not be enforced in election campaigns,” the application has said.
Justice Singh's ruling and observations came while dismissing four petitions by lawyers who challenged the imposition of 'challans' for not wearing a mask while driving alone in a private vehicle.
Justice Prathiba M Singh also refused to interfere with the Delhi government's decision to impose challans for not wearing a mask while driving a private vehicle alone.
Referring to an RTI reply, Gautam Gambhir said no new school or hospital has been set up in Delhi in the last six years.
Justice Subramonium Prasad upheld the order of a trial court directing the man to pay monthly amount of Rs 17,000 to his estranged wife.
Justice Singh, before granting the permission, also spoke to the woman's husband to find out whether he understood the risks associated with the procedure.
It made it clear that such “ambiguous, incomplete documentation in illegible handwriting will not be entertained in future” and will be viewed seriously with suspicion.