The government is likely to file review petition which will go the same judges who delivered the judgment. And if it fails there is still another chance to file curative petition.
The concept of Curative petition was evolved by the Supreme Court of India in the matter of Rupa Ashok Hurra vs. Ashok Hurra and Anr. (2002) where the court decided whether an aggrieved person is entitled to any relief against the final judgment / order of the Supreme Court, after dismissal of a review petition.
The Supreme Court said that in order to prevent abuse of its process and to cure gross miscarriage of justice, it may reconsider its judgments in exercise of its inherent powers.
For this purpose the Court devised "curative" petition, in which the petitioner is required to aver specifically that the grounds mentioned therein had been taken in the review petition filed earlier and that it was dismissed by circulation. This has to be certified by a senior advocate. The Curative petition is then circulated to the three senior most judges and the judges who delivered the impugned judgement, if available. No time limit is given for filing Curative petition.