Allegation against Subrata Roy for interfering in 2G scam probe is "maintainable": SC
Zee Media Bureau
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday stated that allegation against Sahara chief Subrata Roy for interfering in the probe in 2G scam is "maintainable".
The apex court had issued show cause notices of criminal contempt to Subrata Roy and two others for allegedly interfering in the ongoing investigation into the 2G scam.
Meanwhile in the ensuing battle between SEBI and Sahara Group, the Sahara India Pariwar chief said that the company would move the Supreme Court regarding the submission of fresh title deeds to market regulator Sebi.
"We want to submit the title deeds directly to the nationalised banks and not to Sebi for which the company would seek nod from the Supreme Court. We are now going to approach the apex court for an order so that we can submit all the documents to banks and not to Sebi," Roy said.
Sahara India was required to submit the title deeds of Rs 20,000 crore to the marker regulator as per direction of the Supreme Court.