The Supreme Court has refused to intervene in the matter to control the powers of the Centre and the Puducherry Lieutenant Governor. In fact, a petition was filed by Puducherry Lieutenant Governor Kiran Bedi and the Centre. The petition had challenged the Madras High Court's order restraining the Lieutenant Governor's powers. that the Lieutenant Governor cannot interfere with the day-to-day functioning of the administration.
In his petition, Kiran Bedi had said that the Chief Minister was taking decisions against the Madras High Court order even though his appeal was pending before the Supreme Court. Prevent them from doing so. In an earlier hearing, the Supreme Court had issued a notice to Puducherry Chief Minister V Narayanasamy seeking his reply on Kiran Bedi's plea.
For your information, the Madras High Court had ruled against Kiran Bedi that Kiran Bedi could not interfere with the day-to-day functioning of the elected government of the Union Territory. She also said that she could seek information from the Cabinet and give her advice. The court had pronounced the verdict on an application filed by Congress MLA Laxminarayan.