The demolition drive by the North Delhi Municipal Corporation in the riot hit Jahangirpuri of Delhi has not been stopped yet despite status quo order by Supreme Court, Senior Advocate Dushyant Dave told Chief Justice of India (CJI) NV Ramana. .Dave said that it will send a "terrible message" that even after Supreme Court order, it is not being stopped."Once it is widely reported in media. It is not correct milord. We are in a democracy. It sends a terribly wrong message that even after Supreme court order it is not being stopped. Terribly wrong," Dave said.CJI Ramana said that the order will be communicated immediately to the Registrar General of the court who will then convey the same to the authorities. ."It has to be communicated to the registrar general of Supreme Court immediately," CJI said."Is mayor a party," he queried. "It is in the media. If not stopped now it will be very late," Dave replied. "That is why we are sending right away," the CJI said. .The Supreme Court had earlier today ordered status quo on the demolition drive after the issue was mentioned by Dave. "We direct status quo. We will list it tomorrow," the CJI had ordered after Dave said that the demolitions were unauthorised. Dave then mentioned the matter again citing non-compliance.