The Association challenged the order before a division bench, which granted status quo on October 1.
The state government decided to close the existing fruit market at Gaddiannaram and shift it to Batasingaram Logistics Park for the setting up of a multi-speciality hospital in its place.
While extending the interim orders passed earlier, the bench further directed Gaddiannaram market authorities against obstructing traders and commission agents from carrying out their business.
The temporary market at Batasingaram was set up on 11 acres of land after the Gaddiannaram market was shifted.
The government wanted to shift the market from Gaddiannaram as it wanted to build a super-speciality hospital there, and it is keen on grounding the work as early as possible.
The court asked the District Legal Services Authority Secretary to furnish the latest report with information on shifting of cold storage facilities, office places, and trading platforms.
Senior counsel Gangaiah Naidu said it was difficult to shift such a big market to Batasingaram in such a short time, as the alternate location lacked minimum basic facilities.
The Gaddiannaram Fruit Market in Kothapet remained shut on Sunday after the Agricultural Market Committee closed its operations on Saturday night.