The Delhi High Court on Wednesday morning said that it would hear a matter pertaining to the demolition drive that is taking place in the capital's Jahangirpuri, days after communal clashes broke out in the area..The Bench headed by Acting Chief Justice Vipin Sanghi asked Additional Solicitor General Chetan Sharma, appearing for the North Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC) to seek instructions on the issue."Mr Sharma we will hear it today. You come up with instructions. We will not give you more time. Come up with instructions today," the Court said..The matter was mentioned this morning by Advocate Shah Rukh Alam, who said,"Please list it today and give us protection till 2 pm. Nothing will be left in a few hours.".Despite ASG Sharma pointing out that a similar plea was filed before the Supreme Court, the Bench of ACJ Sanghi and Justice Navin Chawla said that they would hear the matter today..The apex court, meanwhile, ordered for status quo on the demolition drive and said that it would hear the matter tomorrow. A public interest litigation (PIL) filed by Jamiat Ulama-I-Hind seeking directions to the Central and State governments that no residential accommodation or commercial property be demolished as a punitive measure, was also mentioned before Chief Justice of India NV Ramana. This matter will also be heard tomorrow..[BREAKING] Jahangirpuri demolition drive: Supreme Court orders status quo, to hear case tomorrow.The NDMC, run by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), started a two-day anti-encroachment drive in Jahangirpuri, days after violent clashes between two communities on Hanuman Jayanti.Delhi BJP Chief Adesh Gupta has also written to the mayor of the North Corporation to identify illegal constructions of "rioters" in Jahangirpuri and demolish them, PTI reported.