The Central government through Solicitor General (SG) Tushar Mehta told the Delhi High Court on Thursday that investigation into the violence that took place during the farmers' tractor rally of January 26 was proceeding in accordance with the law and on priority (Shubham Awasthi vs UOI). .SG Mehta informed a Division Bench of Chief Justice DN Patel and Justice Jyoti Singh that as many as 43 FIRs have already been registered in the relation to the incidents. ."Out of 43, 13 are transferred to Special Cell of Delhi Police," Mehta said. .He further informed that provisions of UAPA have also been invoked in some FIRs.."Wherever there is an angle for UAPA like Sikh for Justice which is a banned organization .. UAPA provisions have been invoked," Mehta informed the Court. ."Wherever there is an angle for UAPA like Sikh for Justice which is a banned organization .. UAPA provisions have been invoked."Solicitor General Tushar Mehta .The Court was hearing a PIL seeking an investigation into the incidents which happened during the tractor rally of January 26..The petition was preferred by one Shubham Awasthi. .On being informed that the petition was filed within two days of the incident, the Court asked the petitioner how he can expect everything to be done in two days. ."You expect that within two days everything should be over? What is the timeline given in CrPC?" the Bench demanded. .While the counsel for the petitioner, advocate Vivek Narayan Sharma submitted that the permission for the rally should not have been given in the first place, the Court opined that it would dismiss the petition with costs. .The petition was ultimately dismissed as withdrawn.