On April 28, Chairman Zafarul Islam Khan published through his official page on social media a post that allegedly had seditious and hateful comments.
The plea has sought direction to the police that he be immediately released on bail and that no coercive measures be taken against him.
Justice Manoj Kumar Ohri while granting him the interim protection also asked the police to give prior notice to Khan if he has to be called for investigation.
On April 28, Khan had posted controversial post on his Facebook page.
Khan was booked after he shared a post thanking the Muslim countries for taking note of the alleged persecution of Muslims in India.
The PIL, which is likely to come up for hearing on May 11, said that Khan published a post having with seditious and hateful comments through his official page on the social media.
Delhi Minorities Commission chairman Zafarul Islam Khan also said that it was "erroneously" reported by a section of media that he had deleted his tweet in question, saying he stood by its content.
The plea, filed through advocate Siddharth Acharya, has alleged that Khan in his statements threatened the Hindu community with dire consequences.
The FIR was registered against Khan on April 30 under section 124 A, 153 A after a resident filed a complainst against his April 28, thanking Kuwait for taking note of 'persecution' of Indian muslims.
He said that his tweet on April 28 wherein he thanked Kuwait for taking note of the 'persecution' of Indian Muslims in the context of the northeast Delhi violence has 'pained' some people.
Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik thanks people of Odisha for support and cooperation in this crisis situation, says their discipline and sacrifice has helped the State in combating the threat