Congress leader's new petition in Supreme Court on Adani-Hindenburg issue will be heard on Friday

Adani-Hindenburg row: Congress leader Jaya Thakur filed a fresh petition in the Supreme Court on the Adani-Hindenburg issue. On the Supreme Court will hear on February 17 along with two other petitions.

Congress leader's new petition in Supreme Court on Adani-Hindenburg issue will be heard on Friday

Congress has filed a fresh petition on the Adani-Hindenburg issue. In this, in view of the Hindenburg report, an inquiry has been demanded against the companies of the Adani Group. The lawyer representing Congress leader Jaya Thakur told Chief Justice of India D.Y. Chandrachud and Justice P.S. took up the petition for urgent hearing before a bench headed by Narasimha. But the Supreme Court was giving some other date. But after much persuasion, the Supreme Court agreed to hear this new petition on 17 February. The Supreme Court also agreed to investigate the role of LIC and SBI in investing huge amounts of public money in FPOs of PSUs. The Supreme Court bench earlier said that it would hear the new petition of the Congress leader on February 24 but the lawyer said that two other PILs related to the matter are listed on February 17. On this, the bench fixed the date of February 17 i.e. Friday for the hearing of the matter.

The petition, filed through Congress leader Jaya Thakur's advocate Varinder Kumar Sharma, urged the Supreme Court to direct a probe against Adani Group companies. Demands for probe into the defrauding of crores of public and exchequer money by various investigative agencies ie CBI, ED, DRI, CBDT, EIB, NCB, SEBI, RBI, SFIO under the supervision and supervision of a sitting Judge of the Supreme Court.

In relation to the Hindenburg Report, advocates Vishal Tiwari and M.L. The Supreme Court is already considering the petitions filed by Sharma.

Supreme Court's proposal to set up a panel of experts to strengthen the regulatory mechanism for the stock market. To which the Center had agreed on Monday. The center had said that let the central government decide the scope and powers of the panel. However, it will submit the names of experts for the panel in a sealed cover to the Supreme Court.