On March 14, the Supreme Court had asked former Ranbaxy promoters Malvinder Singh and Shivinder Singh to apprise it how they propose to comply with the Rs 3,500 crore arbitral award passed against them by a Singapore tribunal.
After the brief Q and A session, the Ethiopian mourners filed silently out of the room and slowly boarded the convoy of eight Ethiopian Airlines buses. The mourners looked like travelers themselves. Except they carried no luggage, only items to honour the dead in their final resting place.
Questioning the brothers in open court on bank accounts and properties in India and abroad, the bench asked them to reveal the assets sold since April 2016 before September 5, which is the next date of hearing.
The court restrained the former Ranbaxy promoters and brothers, Malvinder Singh and Shivinder Singh, and 12 others from selling or transferring their shares or any movable or immovable property till February 26, the next date of hearing, as disclosed by them before the high court earlier.