A division bench of Justices T S Sivagnanam and G Jayachandran passed an order yesterday winding up the commission headed by IAS officer U Sagayam.
The commission has already submitted its report to the high court.
The Madras High Court had on September 11, 2014 ordered the appointment of former Madurai District Collector Sagayam as Special Officer/Legal Commissioner to conduct probe into all granite mining contracts and licences given to various private companies in Tamil Nadu and to find if there was any misuse.
However, the court granted liberty to the petitioner to approach the authority concerned to prove their case and seek permission.
The petitioner submitted that the authorities had communicated to the Reserve Bank of India seeking to freeze its accounts and asked ports in Tamil Nadu not to permit granite export from that city, resulting in their entire business being stalled for over five years.
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