Supreme Court on Wednesday set condition of depositing Rs 10000 crore for releasing Sahara chief Subrata Roy on bail.
A bench of Justices K S Radhakrishnan and J S Khehar turned down Sahara’s plea to reduce the amount and asked the group to convey its reply till Thursday.
Adjourning the case till tomorrow, the apex court set Rs 5000 crore in cash and Rs 5000 crore of bank guarantee to be furnished as a pre-condition of bail to Roy and two other directors, who are in Delhi’s Tihar Jail since March 4.
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The Sahara group on Tuesday made a proposal before the Supreme Court for depositing Rs 20,000 crore investors’ money with SEBI to secure release of its chief Subrata Roy who has been behind the bars along with company’s two directors since March 4 when they were sent to judicial custody.
On the issue of defreezing bank accounts to help Sahara raise the money, the top court asked Sahara to adduce a note on the specific accounts for withdrawal. It also asked Sebi to respond to Sahara’s latest proposal of paying Rs 20000 crore by March next year.
Meanwhile, the Sebi told the court that its view was that the Sahara’s fresh proposal was “unworkable.”