The AAP government had earlier stated that there was a complete misconception that fair price shops would cease to exist on implementation of the scheme.
The court deferred the matter after Solicitor General Tushar Mehta informed it that he has received a compilation of 200 pages just 30 minutes ago and he won't be able to respond to them.
The NGO wrote a letter to CM Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday asking him to provide foodgrains on a monthly basis to people who did not possess ration cards.
The move follows Delhi High Court's directions to allow such ration distribution shop owners to take an off once a week.
'There are plenty of classrooms': CM Kejriwal says reopening schools won't affect vaccination, ration distribution
Delhi government on Friday had announced that schools for classes 9 to 12, colleges and coaching institutions will reopen from September 1.