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Sahara moves Supreme Court, seeks relief for Subrata Roy on deteriorating health condition

The Supreme Court has said that they can only direct Tihar jail to necessary treatment to Roy.

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Updated:November 25, 2014, 2:01 PM IST
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Sahara moves Supreme Court, seeks relief for Subrata Roy on deteriorating health condition
The Supreme Court has said that they can only direct Tihar jail to necessary treatment to Roy.

New Delhi: The Sahara group moved Supreme Court on Tuesday and appealed for relief for its chief Subrata Roy on his deteriorating health condition.

The Supreme Court has said that they can only direct Tihar jail to give necessary treatment to Roy.

The move comes a day after the Central Board of Direct Taxes recovered nearly 140 crores from the company in raids.

Roy was jailed in March amid a long-running dispute of Sahara group with the capital markets regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) over repayment of billions of dollars to investors who were sold certain bonds. The Sahara group, however, has maintained that it has repaid over 93 per cent to the investors.

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