Gurugram and Gautam Buddha Nagar have also not opened the borders with Delhi resulting in chaos every day.
Maneka stressed that all the animal welfare groups had apprised the Supreme Court about 5,000 to 6,000 pages, which showcase brutalities against elephants.
Advocate, Ashwin Vaish, appearing for the petitioner, sought an amendment to Article 1 of the Constitution of India to change the name of the country from India to Bharat.
The petitioner, while speaking to ANI, had said that the country has several names like India, Republic of India, Bharat, Bharat Ganarajya, etc, and advocated that there should only be one name for a country.
The petition filed by one Namah was earlier listed to be heard today, however, got adjourned as Chief Justice of India (CJI) SA Bobde was unavailable.
The apex court, after hearing the submissions, directed that the stranded migrant workers found walking home should immediately be taken to shelters and food and all other basic facilities should be provided to them.
The Supreme Court observed that due to the short time available, the States and the Centre could not file a complete report on the matter and some States have not even filed any reply.
The bench asked whether there is no difference between international and domestic flights, to which Mehta responded by saying there is no difference.
Earlier yesterday, Chief Justice of India (CJI) Sharad Arvind Bobde said that doctors have advised not to wear gowns and coats, as it "makes it easier to catch virus" and spread the chances of COVID-19".
Salve said that he can approach the Bombay High court seeking directions for the CBI to probe the matter and file its report in the court.