"This Government will listen to the MRC if it renounces the violence call," he said. Raila said on Monday the Government would not talk to the MRC as long as they refused to consider themselves Kenyans.
He, however, said concerns by the group about marginalisation of indigenous residents of the region were valid.
And the High Court ordered Rop to investigate claims that his men had shot dead a member of the outlawed group.
Justices John Mwera, Mary Kasango and Francis Tuiyot gave the orders after MRC lawyer Kithi Ngombo complained that the police was harassing his clients.
"My Lords I want the court to take judicial notice that the police are harassing my clients who have come to attend the hearing of their case in which they have sued the State for degazetting MRC," said Ngombo.
Ngombo, who was giving his submission in a case in which members of MRC want to be allowed to debate on whether to separate from Kenya, insisted it is the right of the members to decide on their political cause.
However, State lawyer Mwangi Njoroge when asked said he had no idea of what Ngombo was asking.
Rop denied claims the police had shot the youth saying none of his officers carried guns with bullets and asked anybody to go to the mortuary and ascertain if the body had a bullet.
Police, however, confirmed one of the members died after being accidentally hit by a stone, which was aimed at police officers.
"My officers carried only guns for shooting the tear gas canisters when necessary," said Rop.
Ngombo earlier in his submission told the court that Prof Saitoti erred in law by including MRC as among the outlawed groups in the country.