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Oct 09, 2018
8:34PM

SC sends three directors of Amrapali group to police custody

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The Supreme Court today sent three directors of the Amrapali group to police custody, directing them to hand over all the documents of the 46 group companies to forensic auditors.

A bench of Justices Arun Mishra and U U Lalit took exception to the Amprapali group not handing over all the documents to forensic auditors and said that they will remain in police custody till they hand over all the documents.

The court said the conduct of the directors was in gross violation of its order. It directed the Delhi police to seize all the documents of the Amrapali group and hand them over to forensic auditors, emphasising that not a single document of these companies should remain in custody of the group.

The apex court's order came on a batch of petitions filed by home buyers who are seeking possession of around 42,000 flats.

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