SC refuses to pass order allowing Subrata Roy to go abroad


New Delhi: The SC of India denied to pass any interim verdict to allow the Sahara Chief Subrata Roy to leave the country against a review petition seeking to amend the top court’s earlier order to restrict him from going abroad.

Supreme Court say no to the proceedings on Sahara's pleas.

Subrata Roy

A Bench of Justices KS Radhakrishnan and AK Sikri, said they cannot pass any order until a request is filed by the group to review the plea if it wants any amendment, when the matter was produced before them by the Sahara Counsel.

Senior advocate CA Sundaram, submitting plea said that the group is not asking any review of the earlier but only clarifying the difference in the decision which was uploaded on the apex court website and the order passed by the top court. But the Bench was not fully satisfied with the arguments.

The Sahara Group had moved to the SC claiming there is an error over restricting Roy from leaving the country if the Group is not depositing the deeds to the Sebi.

The group’s counsel said if the papers are not submitted to Sebi within the stipulated time period then only Sahara Chief is restrained to leave the country.

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