The court also directed Sahara chief Subrata Roy to appear before it next week.
Was the Supreme Court’s judgement on January 11 in the Sahara-Birla papers case truly free from bias?
The 2015 petition from Common Cause questioning the appointment of the current CVC is still being heard, but the appeal to look into the Sahara-Birla groups’ alleged bribes has been dismissed.
It is in both the Congress and the BJP’s interests that these records are not looked into; the Supreme Court should step in and insist on a proper investigation.
The prime minister’s words will be meaningless, other than to draw attention to Rahul Gandhi’s cause, unless he supports them with actions to reform political funding.
Why have the CBI, the income tax department and the Central Vigilance Commission refused to probe potentially incriminating documents seized from the two business houses, a petition before the Supreme Court asks.
Subrata Roy has to furnish INR.5,000 crore in cash and a bank guarantee of equal amount to secure his release from prison