"As the matter is pending before the Hon'ble Supreme Court, we adjourn the matter.
"Post the case 'for orders' on 6th March, 2019. Parties will inform the development," the appellate tribunal said.
However, it had also said that until further orders of the NCLAT or the Supreme Court, no one can sell, alienate, or create third party rights over RCom's assets.
The NCLAT was hearing applications moved by three Reliance Group employees - Satish Seth, Punit Garg and Suresh Madihally Rangachar - seeking withdrawal of their appeals against the orders of the Mumbai bench of the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT).
On February 1, RCom had informed that it has decided to opt for insolvency proceedings following its failure to sell assets for paying back its lenders.
RCom even failed to sell spectrum to Mukesh Ambani's Reliance Jio, a deal that was expected to bring some relief to the cash-strapped company.
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