The amendments in the Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act would be a blow to the civil society organisatons, said activists.
A group of 53 eminent persons has written to the state governments and the Centre urging them to supply free ration to people in need amid the lockdown resulting out of the coronavirus pandemic.
The trial court order had come on a complaint by activist Harsh Mander, who had alleged that Kumar gave hate speech during a VHP rally in July.
He said there was fear among people with regard to citizenship and it can be alleviated only when the rules are changed and the mention of NPR is removed.
Senior advocate Dushyant Dave said he had perused the statement attributed to the activist and found nothing contemptuous and objectionable in those.
Senior advocate Colin Gonsalves mentioned the matter before a bench headed by Chief Justice S A Bobde and said the riot victim wanted to intervene in the Harsh Mander case.
The apex court on Wednesday took a strong view of Harsh Mander’s alleged utterances against the top court and Parliament and sought an explanation from him.
'If this is what you feel about court': CJI seeks transcripts of Harsh Mander saying lack of faith in SC
Bobde asked Solicitor General Tushar Mehta to give transcripts and documents to Mander to prepare a response to the allegations.
Over 100 activists came out with a statement in which they called upon 'all authorities to perform their constitutionally to bring situation under control and restoring peace'.