A bench of justices GS Singhvi and S J Mukhopadhyay
asked the Centre to file its response on Tata's plea, seeking
a copy of the report on the probe, which pointed out tampering
of the tapes released to the media.
The court granted three weeks time to the government to
file its reply and posted the matter for further hearing on
Earlier, the government had expressed reluctance in sharing the report on the ground that the investigation was
still in progress to find out how the tapes of Radia's conversations, tapped by Income Tax Department, got leaked.
The Centre had filed the report in a sealed envelop
before the bench on January 31.
New Delhi: The Supreme Court Thursday sought
response from the government on whether it could share the probe report on leakage of controversial Radia tapes with Tata
Group Chairman Ratan Tata.
First Published: Thursday, February 16, 2012, 13:06