Singh demanded the HC to declare that the scope entrusted upon the inquiry commission stands adjudicated and therefore, nothing survives to be inquired into by the commission.
In an order issued last week, the top cop said that personnel deployed to regulate traffic were often seen stopping vehicles on busy roads for checking, which in turn caused congestion.
Mumbai Crime Branch had registered a case in February 2021 in connection with the production of adult films and circulating them through mobile applications to paid subscribers.
Public prosecutor Aruna Kamat Pai told HC that no coercive action by way of arrest shall be taken against the petitioner till August 5.
Kundra was arrested by the Mumbai crime branch on July 19, and is presently in judicial custody.
Meanwhile, Arvind Shrivastava alias Yash Thakur, who was the owner of the app 'Neuflix' has written to the Mumbai Police requesting to defreeze his bank accounts.
On Tuesday, an ACB official refuted media reports about a lookout circular issued against Param Bir Singh, saying no such action has been taken by the anti-graft agency.
Crime Branch has appointed a financial auditor to probe the money trail of Raj Kundra and Shilpa Shetty and their alleged involvement in the pornography racket case.
The woman alleged that she was promised Rs 1.5 lakh monthly salary by the main accused, who is a lawyer, at his firm in south Mumbai.
The Enforcement Directorate is likely to register cases against him under money laundering and Foreign Exchange Management Act, sources say.
As per section 41A, the police may, in cases where arrest is not warranted, issue summons to the accused person and record his or her statement.
The police had earlier told the court that 45-year-old businessman Raj Kundra was gaining financially from the illegal activity of making and selling pornographic material.
According to the FIR, Param Bir Singh and his close associates had allegedly demanded Rs 15 crore from the builder to withdraw cases against him regarding the land matter in Thane.
A 'web' of deceit, firms and apps: Cops say Raj Kundra's company was running operations of UK entity linked to porn
Kundra's Viaan Industries had a tie-up with London-based company Kenrin, which owns 'Hotshots' app, allegedly involved in publishing pornographic films, a senior police official said.
Kangana took to her Instagram stories and shared a news report regarding his arrest.