The petition was mentioned before a bench headed by Justice B D Ahmed, for urgent hearing. The petition by a law student, who has been filing PILs regularly, comes a day after the high court termed the May 21 notification as "suspect".
The notification barred Delhi government's Anti Corruption Branch (ACB) from acting against its officers in criminal offences.
The High Court had on Monday held that ACB has the jurisdiction to arrest Delhi police personnel involved in criminal offences.

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