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The matter will be heard on February 7.
The court also asked the EC to file a detailed affidavit stating factual aspects of its decision.
Earlier on Monday, the High Court transferred the plea of the AAP MLAs challenging the disqualification order to the division bench of the court in connection with the case.
The court also continued its interim order which has asked the EC to not issue any notification for the Delhi by polls.
On January 21, President Ram Nath Kovind approved the disqualification of those MLAs, accused of holding the 'office of profit', after the Election Commission of India on January 19 had recommended for the same.
Earlier on January 22, they withdrew their plea from the High Court that they had filed on January 19 after the Election Commission's recommendation.
The Delhi High Court, on that date, refused to pass any interim order of protection to those MLAs.
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