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Coal scam: SC tells accused they can not appeal in HC

3-judge bench said it will not revisit its 2014 order to exclude HC from the proceedings

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

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The on Thursday said that challenge to any order passed by the special during pendency of trial in will be entertained only by it.

A three-judge bench headed by Justice M B Lokur said it will not revisit the July 25, 2014 order passed by the apex which had said that challenge to any interim order of the special during pendency of trial in will be heard only by it.


"We don't think it appropriate to revisit the July 25, 2014 order of this court," the bench said.

The apex court's order came on a batch of pleas which have placed the issue of whether the can entertain the challenge to the order passed by special during pendency of trial in coal cases.

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