Google and Facebook on Monday filed a compliance report following a Delhi court order to remove objectionable contents from their websites.
Facebook India filed its compliance report before the Delhi Court which had ordered it and 21 other websites to remove objectionable content from their websites.
Google India also told the court that it has removed certain web pages from the Internet on which objections were raised by the petitioners.
Meanwhile, Facebook, Yahoo and Microsoft told the court that they have no role to play in the case and there is no cause of action against them in the matter.
Additional Civil Judge Praveen Singh also posed a query to the counsel appearing for petitioner Mufti Aijaz Arshad Qasmi, as to whether the blog service-providing companies can be made a party to the case for any content posted by the users on the blogs.
The court, which will further hear the matter at 12:30 PM on Monday, also asked Google Inc as to why it was not coming up "properly" with a reply and brushed aside its contention that it had received the copy of the judgement and other documents related to case only on last Friday.
"Why are you (Google Inc) not coming properly with your reply?" the court said.
"Don't tell me you have been served only on Friday. After all this hullabaloo that has been created in the last few months you should have been prepared," it stated.
The court also asked the petitioner to supply the copies of all the documents relied upon, to all the opposite parties.
The court had on December 20 last year, in a ex-parte order issued summons to 22 social networking websites asking them to remove "anti-religious" or "anti-social" content in the form of photographs, videos or text which might hurt religious sentiments.
It had on December 24 set February 6 as deadline for the websites for the same.