A case was registered against the former Assistant Registrar, Man Sharma and Tapan Kumar on the charge of contempt of the Supreme Court order. In violation of the court order, he benefited from Anil Ambani and he was falsely discharged from the personal computer.
In one of the cases related to businessman Anil Ambani, crime branch has taken big action. The Crime Branch arrested two former Supreme Court employees on Monday morning. Both of them are accused of benefiting Anil Ambani while working in the court. In the past, Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi dismissed both the staff while taking action.
Let us know that the case was registered against the former Assistant Registrar, Man Sharma and Tapan Kumar on the charge of contempt of the Supreme Court order. In violation of the court order, he benefited from Anil Ambani and he was falsely discharged from the personal computer.
This matter is of the time when Anil Ambani was under pressure to pay the dues of Rs 550 crore. The Supreme Court had ordered to deposit this amount in due time. But before the deposit was made, this kind of case came to light that some people have benefited Anil Ambani in the court itself. After the investigation, the names of the two registrars came out, the Chief Justice had dismissed them and the Crime Branch ordered the case against them.
Significantly, the Supreme Court had warned Anil Ambani that if the amount is not deposited in the prescribed time, he will be put in jail. However, Anil Ambani had deposited the arrears of Ericsson, a Swedish company making telecommunications equipment with the help of his elder brother Mukesh Ambani and sister-in-law Neeta Ambani, for which he escaped from going to jail.
Still under the heavy debt of Anil Ambani By the end of the financial year ie March, 2018, the total debt on the Anil Ambani Group (ADAG) was Rs 1,03,158 crore and interest liability was also crossing around Rs 10 thousand crore.