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SC extends Subrata Roy's interim bail, asks him to pay Rs.600 crore by Feb.2017

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In a major relief to Sahara chief Subrata Roy, the Supreme on Monday extended his interim bail and ordered him to pay Rs.600 crore to the Securities and Exchange Board of (SEBI) by February 6, 2017.

During the hearing, Roy's counsel proposed to the three judge bench, headed by Chief Justice of Tirath Singh Thakur, to pay Rs. 11000 crore within a period of two-and-a- half years.

"You have property worth Rs 1 Lakh 87000 crore money of property, but still u were unable to pay," the bench said.

In October, the Supreme had extended his parole till November 28 taking note of the deposit of Rs 200 crores made by him with as a condition precedent for his release.

Roy was in Tihar jail since March 4, 2014, till his mother's death in May 6, 2016, for not complying with the apex court's orders in connection with a long dispute with the market regulator.

The alleged that Roy allegedly failed to comply with 2012 apex order directing him to return investors more than Rs 20,000 crore with 15% interest that his two companies Sahara Real Estate Corp Ltd and the Corp Ltd had raised through optionally fully convertible debentures (OFCD) in 2007 and 2008.

On May 6, this year, the apex had granted four weeks' custody parole to Roy to perform his mother's (Chabbi Roy) last rites.

Roy's mother Chhabi Roy, 95, passed away in Lucknow on May 6 this year after a prolonged illness for over three years.

Sahara, once one of India's most high-profile firms, had in the past made several failed attempts to raise the bail money using its prized overseas hotels that include the Plaza in New York and Grosvenor House in London.

Sahara says it has paid more than 80 percent of the dues to share-holders, but the market regulator, SEBI, disputes that and said the Sahara's have not paid more than Rs 10,000 crores.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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In a major relief to Sahara chief Subrata Roy, the Supreme Court on Monday extended his interim bail and ordered him to pay Rs.600 crore to the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) by February 6, 2017.During the hearing, Roy's counsel Kapil Sibal proposed to the three judge bench, headed by Chief Justice of India Tirath Singh Thakur, to pay Rs. 11000 crore within a period of two-and-a- half years."You have property worth Rs 1 Lakh 87000 crore money of property, but still u were unable to pay," the bench said.In October, the Supreme Court had extended his parole till November 28 taking note of the deposit of Rs 200 crores made by him with SEBI as a condition precedent for his release.Roy was in Tihar jail since March 4, 2014, till his mother's death in May 6, 2016, for not complying with the apex court's orders in connection with a long dispute with the market regulator.The SEBI alleged that Roy allegedly failed to comply with 2012 apex court order directing him to return ...

In a major relief to Sahara chief Subrata Roy, the Supreme on Monday extended his interim bail and ordered him to pay Rs.600 crore to the Securities and Exchange Board of (SEBI) by February 6, 2017.

During the hearing, Roy's counsel proposed to the three judge bench, headed by Chief Justice of Tirath Singh Thakur, to pay Rs. 11000 crore within a period of two-and-a- half years.

"You have property worth Rs 1 Lakh 87000 crore money of property, but still u were unable to pay," the bench said.

In October, the Supreme had extended his parole till November 28 taking note of the deposit of Rs 200 crores made by him with as a condition precedent for his release.

Roy was in Tihar jail since March 4, 2014, till his mother's death in May 6, 2016, for not complying with the apex court's orders in connection with a long dispute with the market regulator.

The alleged that Roy allegedly failed to comply with 2012 apex order directing him to return investors more than Rs 20,000 crore with 15% interest that his two companies Sahara Real Estate Corp Ltd and the Corp Ltd had raised through optionally fully convertible debentures (OFCD) in 2007 and 2008.

On May 6, this year, the apex had granted four weeks' custody parole to Roy to perform his mother's (Chabbi Roy) last rites.

Roy's mother Chhabi Roy, 95, passed away in Lucknow on May 6 this year after a prolonged illness for over three years.

Sahara, once one of India's most high-profile firms, had in the past made several failed attempts to raise the bail money using its prized overseas hotels that include the Plaza in New York and Grosvenor House in London.

Sahara says it has paid more than 80 percent of the dues to share-holders, but the market regulator, SEBI, disputes that and said the Sahara's have not paid more than Rs 10,000 crores.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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SC extends Subrata Roy's interim bail, asks him to pay Rs.600 crore by Feb.2017

In a major relief to Sahara chief Subrata Roy, the Supreme on Monday extended his interim bail and ordered him to pay Rs.600 crore to the Securities and Exchange Board of (SEBI) by February 6, 2017.

During the hearing, Roy's counsel proposed to the three judge bench, headed by Chief Justice of Tirath Singh Thakur, to pay Rs. 11000 crore within a period of two-and-a- half years.

"You have property worth Rs 1 Lakh 87000 crore money of property, but still u were unable to pay," the bench said.

In October, the Supreme had extended his parole till November 28 taking note of the deposit of Rs 200 crores made by him with as a condition precedent for his release.

Roy was in Tihar jail since March 4, 2014, till his mother's death in May 6, 2016, for not complying with the apex court's orders in connection with a long dispute with the market regulator.

The alleged that Roy allegedly failed to comply with 2012 apex order directing him to return investors more than Rs 20,000 crore with 15% interest that his two companies Sahara Real Estate Corp Ltd and the Corp Ltd had raised through optionally fully convertible debentures (OFCD) in 2007 and 2008.

On May 6, this year, the apex had granted four weeks' custody parole to Roy to perform his mother's (Chabbi Roy) last rites.

Roy's mother Chhabi Roy, 95, passed away in Lucknow on May 6 this year after a prolonged illness for over three years.

Sahara, once one of India's most high-profile firms, had in the past made several failed attempts to raise the bail money using its prized overseas hotels that include the Plaza in New York and Grosvenor House in London.

Sahara says it has paid more than 80 percent of the dues to share-holders, but the market regulator, SEBI, disputes that and said the Sahara's have not paid more than Rs 10,000 crores.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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