A bench headed by Chief Justice S A Bobde passed the order while hearing a plea filed by the panel which has sought extension of time by six months.
Pointing to the "delaying tactics" adopted by the four death row convicts in the sensational Nirbhaya gang rape and murder case, the Centre said 'it reflects poorly on our system'.
The bench directed the board to submit a detailed post-mortem report of each body, and an independent conclusion.
As per the forensic experts views, the bodies have been in good condition, but he needs further guidelines as to what is to be done.
There is constant chatter about the systemic failure, break down of the rule of law etc. as if we are outside the system—mere observers who are and can afford to remain detached for all time to come.
The Apex Court bench also directed that no other courts should entertain any plea pertaining to the case.
An apex court bench headed by Chief Justice S A Bobde was hearing two public interest litigations seeking an independent probe into the deaths last week.
Referring to the case, Jagan said, "I felt very agonised and thought about how our police and government should respond if such an incident happens in our state. I am also a father of two daughters."
The PIL filed by Mani and lawyer Pradeep Kumar Yadav claimed that the alleged encounter was "fake" and FIR should be lodged against police officials who were involved in the incident.
The High Court has directed that the video of the post-mortem examination in a CD form or pen-drive should be handed over to the Principal District Judge.
He alleged that the political parties were discriminating against Dalit and backward caste women.
As sections of the public praised the cops for their act on and held dharnas, demanding police 'encounters' to deliver 'instant justice'.
The bullets were recovered by a team of forensic experts who conducted their postmortem at Mahbubnagar Government Hospital.
Families of at least five victims of rape and murder in different parts of Telangana demanded that the perpetrators be killed like the four who were gunned down by the police in an 'encounter'.
The widow of one of the accused squatted on a road along with some others at her village in Narayanpet district, alleging that injustice has been done to her.