New Delhi: The Sahara Group moved to the Supreme Court of India claiming there was a blunder in its order to restrain Sahara Chief Subrata Roy form leaving the country till the Group hands over the property deed to Sebi.
A senior advocate CA Sundaram, appearing for Sahara Group, said that if the Sahara is not submitting the deeds then only Subrata Roy would be restrained from leaving the country submitting the apex court report.
Appearing before the Bench of Justices KS Radhakrishnan and AK Sikri, the advocate said Sahara Chief going abroad till the paper are not supplied is different from what the Bench had ordered last time.
After hearing Sundaram’s argument, Justice Sikri said after consulting his judge Justice JS Khehar, who was part of the bench which passed the order and will consider its plea.
The apex court had directed the Sahara Group to hand over the title deeds worth Rs 20,000 cr to Sebi, warning that if the group fails to submit Subrata Roy cannot leave the country.
The order was passed by Justices Radhakrishnan and Khehar.