"That is to be examined. We cannot transgress into the court's jurisdiction. If there is something conclusive, we will examine it. It will be premature for us to discuss before that," party spokesperson Renuka Chowdhury told reporters.
Ms Chowdhury's reaction came when reporters asked whether Mr Tytler, who is AICC in-charge of party affairs in Odisha, would be removed in the wake of a Delhi court on Wednesday ordering reopening of a 1984 anti-Sikhs riots case against him.
When reporters further pressed, she said, "I am not the competent authority. We never ever divert (such issues). We take bull by the horn (after guilt is established)".
Setting aside a CBI closure report giving a clean chit to Mr Tytler, the Court directed the agency to examine eye-witnesses and people claiming to have information about the riots.
Ms Chowdhury spoke in similar vein when asked whether the party would initiate action against Andhra Pradesh Home Minister P Sabitha Indra Reddy, who has been named an accused by the CBI in the Special Court in Hyderabad in the Jagan Mohan Reddy assets case.
"There are no double standards. The matter is being looked into...There is no laxity of action," Ms Chowdhury said when asked about the Opposition's demands for the Ms Reddy's resignation.
According to reports from Hyderabad, it was a relief for the Home Minister when the CBI did not issue an arrest warrant and Chief Minister N Kirankumar Reddy prevailed upon her not to take any hasty decision.
Ms Sabitha is the third Minister after Mopidevi Venkataramana Rao and Dharmana Prasada Rao to face charges in the assets case.