Supreme Court Sets Aside Patna High Court Order Directing Sahara Chief Subrata Roy To Appear Before It News In Hindi
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The Supreme Court has given a big relief to Sahara Group chief Subrata Roy. The court has set aside the direction of the Patna High Court, under which the Sahara chief was to appear before it. The Supreme Court issued these orders while hearing the anticipatory bail plea of another person. The Supreme Court said that the Patna High Court, while considering the anticipatory bail plea of the applicant, also inquired about the matters not relating to the relevant facts of the case.
A bench of Justices AM Khanwilkar and JB Pardiwala said, “In the present case, we observed that the High Court kept the anticipatory bail application pending and issued directions, including giving notice to the third party to appear before the court.” In our opinion, this is unacceptable.’ The top court set aside the High Court’s orders of February 11 and April 27.
Earlier, the court had stayed the High Court order of February 11, which had ordered the inclusion of Sahara Credit Co-operative Society Ltd and Roy as defendants in the bail plea pending before it and them personally. was asked to appear.
At the same time, on April 27, the High Court had issued notice to Roy to appear before it in person. The court had said that the Sahara group and other companies, which were taking money to be deposited till a month back, are directed to come up with a scheme to refund the money to the investors.