When produced before the court, the four minors said they had no problem in staying at the Gurukul, and they should be allowed to meet their parents.
The sisters have occasionally, through a video messaging service using a proxy network, claimed they were fine and did not want to meet their parents.
Earlier, the girl, Nityanandita, had reportedly appeared in a video shared a few days back in which she had said that she was living in the ashram with her consent.
The ruling party has fielded them in the ensuing by-elections from their respective seats Radhanpur and Bayad.
Sources in the government said the recommendation of the Supreme Court collegium is under process and no decision has been taken.
The Gujarat High Court on Thursday dismissed over 120 petitions filed by farmers challenging land acquisition process for the Ahmedabad-Mumbai bullet train project.
Gujarat HC quashes over 120 pleas by farmers against land acquisition for Mumbai-Ahmedabad bullet train project
A division bench led by Justice A S Dave held that the compensation offered to farmers by the state government is fair.
Justice VB Mayani, who sat on a division bench with Justice Harsha Devani, said "not before me" when the bail application of Bhatt and Pravinsinh Zala, another convict, came up.
With today's order, the portal will not be able to publish any article related to the businesses of the petitioner until the hearing concludes in a civil defamatory suit filed by him.
Justice J B Pardiwala deferred the hearing after the petitioner - Viacom 18 Media Private Limited - sought time till Monday to submit additional information before the court.
The petitioners had maintained the article was a part of investigative journalism and filing a criminal defamation suit against it was against the freedom of the press.
Advocate Mihir Joshi, representing journalist Rohini Singh, the author of the article "The Golden Touch of Jay Amit Shah", and its editors, told the court that the article was not defamatory.
The Wire had maintained that the story about the surge of revenue of Shah's company Temple Enterprise Private Ltd was factually correct and based on the documents obtained from a government office.