Tribune News Service
New Delhi, August 14
The Supreme Court (SC) on Friday dismissed the bail plea of Unitech promoter Sanjay Chandra and his brother Ajay Chandra, who’re going through prison instances for allegedly duping homebuyers.
A Bench headed by Justice DY Chandrachud, which had final month given interim bail to Sanjay Chandra, directed him to give up instantly. It turned down his lawyer’s request to offer him two weeks to give up.
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New Delhi: Maintaining that there’s a direct relation between exams and educating, a number of petitioners on Friday questioned earlier than the SC the rationale behind the University Grant Commission’s resolution asking universities to carry examss with out correctly overlaying the syllabus. “How can there be exams without teaching?” senior counsel Abhishek Manu Singhvi puzzled whereas arguing earlier than a Bench headed by Justice Ashok Bhushan. TNS
The prime court docket famous that the brothers did not deposit Rs 750 crore as directed by it earlier. It requested the Delhi Police to analyze all points of illegalities together with siphoning of funds by them as identified by forensic auditors.
It additionally sought a complete affidavit, giving particulars of the steps taken by the investigative businesses on the forensic audit report.
The SC had on July 7 given interim bail for a month to Sanjay, who’s going through prison instances in connection together with his firm’s failure to ship flats to homebuyers, on the bottom that his dad and mom had been identified with Covid-19. The Bench, nevertheless, had denied an identical aid to his youthful brother Ajay Chandra, who has been in jail for nearly three years.