The Karnataka High Court on Monday sought details of action taken under the Disaster Management Act against organizers and participants of the Farmer Tractor Rally, which was conducted on January 26 in Bengaluru. .The rally which was held after the Republic day parade was attended by farmers from Karnataka, expressing solidarity with the farmers protesting in Delhi against the farm laws. ."Additional Government Advocate will file a memo on the action taken against the organizers and participants of the rally which was conducted on January 26," the Court ordered on Monday..The order was passed by a Bench of Chief Justice Abhay Shreeniwas Oka and Justice SS Magadum which was hearing a plea alleging that the National Directives for COVID-19 Management, part of the Union Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) guidelines, were not being followed in Karnataka..About 25,000 people participated in the said rally, without observing the social distance and mask norms, advocate GR Mohan told the Court. .The State government informed the Bench that action has been taken against 98 participants, who had failed to comply with the government directions pertaining to social distancing and wearing of masks..Last year, the Court had issued notice to BJP, CPI, JD(S), CPI(M), Indian National Congress and Kannada Chaluvali Vatal Paksha after it had noted that multiple political rallies were held by political parties flouting all social distancing norms..The Court on Monday that two political parties had not yet entered appearance before the Court in the case. The Court, therefore, directed that the said political parties be intimated to appear before the Court, failing which appropriate action would be taken.