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Heera Group hearing update

The Hon’ble Supreme Court of India is giving relief to the Heera Group. The company’s legal case is still ongoing in the Supreme Court, but the way SC is dealing with it will conclude very soon. The Hon’ble Supreme Court questioned the SFIO in several aspects and asked it to concentrate on the central issues rather than secondary ones. It has been a long time since the case has been investigated. Since then, no proper evidence or report has been provided while the SFIO goes through unnecessary investigations and FIR against the company. Those accusations have been dismissed, and the Court has given a time limit of three months for them to collect evidence and give a final decision regarding the case.

The Senior Counsel Mr Rohatgi has proven that the FIR against the company has been a politically motivated one. Finally, the Court has provided a verdict that their main target is to receive evidence regarding the complaints and the working procedure of the company is not a concern, unlike the lawyers of the SFIO. The case has been dragged on for too long, and now it must give a final result.

The verdict has been a massive achievement for the Heera Group as they are not far from winning the case.

The verdict has been a massive achievement for the Heera Group as they are not far from winning the case.┬áThe Hon’ble Supreme Court questioned Learned Solicitor General Mr Raju “Do you require the Assistance of Heera Group or not in data retrieval. In the 12th may hearing Hon’ble Supreme Court dismissed the FIR filed by SFIO. The Court said, “Instead of concentrating on the Claimants data you (Solicitor General A S Raju)/ SFIO why are you diverting the matter and hence we are dismissing the FIR filed by SFIO” – Hon’ble Supreme Court.

The Hon’ble Court has directed the SFIO to concentrate on the central issues. “Instead of concentrating on SFIO board it’s good to look into the intention of Heera group to assist SFIO claimants,whether you want Heera group assistance or not,” Hon’ble Supreme Court, Court said.

By Ram

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