"We will post it and consider setting up of the bench," a bench comprising Chief Justice JS Khehar and Justice DY Chandrachud said when senior advocate Gopal Subramanium, representing the Delhi government, mentioned the matters for early adjudication.
Mr Subramanium said a two-judge bench had earlier referred the appeals to a constitution bench which is to be set up.
The bench, which assured Mr Subramanium that it would set up the bench, also said, "...this is a very difficult and complicated problem. However we will do it".
The top court had on December 14 last year observed that the Delhi government should have some powers, otherwise it cannot function.
On September 9 last year, the top court had refused to grant an interim stay on the August 4 verdict of the Delhi High Court.
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