Leading Sahara group in to more trouble, a Delhi-based investor approached the Supreme Court last day. He requested the SC to give directions to redeem his investments.
Requesting Supreme Court to give directions to redeem his investments; the petitioner claimed that he is one of the real OFCD investors in the Sahara List, a Delhi-based investor approached SC. The petitioner claimed that he had invested in one of the Sahara group companies.
He requested the Apex court to direct the Sahara group firms – Sahara India Real Estate Corp (SIRECL) and Sahara Housing Investment Corp (SHICL) to pay back his due.
Though there were around 3Crore investors as per the list produced by Sahara before the SC and SEBI, this is the first time one of the investors came up against the firms. However finding some dubious facts in the investors’ list, SC had ordered the subsidiary firms of Sahara to refund over Rs.24000 Cr to the investors as a fine. Continue reading