The Supreme Court on Friday stayed the Uttarakhand High Court verdict quashing imposition of President's rule in the state till April 27.
According to media reports, the next hearing on the case will be held on April 27.
The Centre had moved the apex court challenging the Uttarakhand High Court verdict which had set aside the Centre's rule imposed last month, saying Article 356 was imposed in the state contrary to the law laid down by Supreme Court.
The High Court had accused the Centre of acting in blatant falsehood and behaving like a private party.
The High Court asked Uttarakhand Chief Minister Harish Rawat to prove his government's majority on the floor of the assembly on the April 29.
(With agency inputs)