The board shall be constituted by the Secretary of Health Department of Delhi government, the high court said and posted the matter for further hearing on April 14.
Talking to reporters at Nandigram, which is a key battleground in the West Bengal elections, Tikait accused the BJP-led government of working in the interest of corporates.
Delhi Police has said that according to the post-mortem report the young farmer died due to a head injury as a result of the accident.
Sidhu sought direction from the Court to preserve the CCTV footage, call and made part of the record so that it would help him to prove his innocence.
So far, a total of 14 people have been arrested in connection with the violence.
The court directed the Delhi Police to file a status report with regard to the investigation on or before the next date of hearing on February 26.
According to Delhi Police, Singh was leading the mob at the Red Fort and his role in the violence was found to be very active. Notably, a reward of Rs 50,000 was announced on him.
This comes days after the arrest of actor-turned-activist Deep Sidhu for his alleged involvement in 26 January violence in the national capital. He was sent to 7-day police custody on Tuesday.
Delhi Police Special-Cell team after arresting Sidhu on Tuesday produced him before a Delhi court seeking 10-day police custody but Court has sent him to 7-day police custody.
Despite several requests to the police station concerned, no formal complaint or FIR was registered, the petitioner has claimed.
A bench of Chief Justice D N Patel and Justice Jyoti Singh asked the petitioner to either withdraw the plea or face dismissal with costs.
Police said that Dharmendra Singh's role in hoisting a religious flag at Red Fort on January 26 is also being ascertained.
Kejriwal said that the Delhi government has also released a list of 115 persons lodged in different jails here in connection with the January 26 violence during the farmers' tractor rally.
The court declined to entertain the PIL saying it was too early for the court to interfere in the issue as police has registered FIRs in relation to the incident.
The Delhi Police had issued an appeal in leading newspapers asking people to share any evidence or information about the violence.