The Supreme Judicial Council on Tuesday allowed a plea filed by two parties seeking to overturn a Delhi High Court order to quash the sotach dissolution procedure, the Supreme Court bench comprising Justice S.K. Ganguly and Justice D.Y. Chandrachud observed.
The plea had alleged that the procedure of dissolution by the court was unconstitutional, unfair, arbitrary and arbitrary.
The apex court on Monday, on a day when the Supreme Judicial Court is hearing arguments for a fresh hearing of a plea by two lawyers for dissolution of the apex court, said the high court had not done enough to resolve the issue of the procedure.
The lawyers sought the High Court to direct the Delhi High court to grant a final stay of the court order on a petition filed by the Delhi Congress, the BJP, AAP and two others on behalf of six BJP MPs and three Congress MPs.
In their petition, the AAP and BJP said the dissolution process had been adopted by the government without public consultation.
The Supreme Court on March 14 had allowed the petition by the AAP-led opposition in the matter.