It had submitted financial credentials and consolidated financial statements, audit reports and other documents required for a resolution applicant for Bhushan Power and Steel.
"They did not even looked at it and not opened the seal," said senior advocate Amarjit Singh Chandhiok representing Liberty House.
He further submitted that till only the Committee of Creditors had "an absolute right" to reject or accept the bid and not the IRP.
Till now, there is no resolution plans has been passed for the company and they could accommodate one more applicant at such stage, he submitted.
"Consider us, if you find us the best, then accept us," Chandhiok said adding that Liberty House was not intimated about the February 8 deadline.
Liberty House had moved the NCLT on 26 February against the rejection.
The tribunal would continue its hearing tomorrow also in this matter.
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