NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court of India on Wednesday dismissed the plea of the Chief Managing Director (CMD) of Amrapali real estate group Anil Sharma and two other directors seeking permission to visit their homes to celebrate Diwali and other festivals with their family members.
The apex court directed that the CMD and two other directors would continue to stay in the Noida hotel under police surveillance. It asked Amrapali to furnish the full and final disclosure about the companies they hold and money transaction that they conduct within the group’s companies and outside.
A division bench of the apex court, headed by Justice Arun Mishra and also comprising Justice Uday Umesh Lalit, asked the CFO (Chief Financial Officer and CA (Chartered Accountant) of the real estate company, to file an affidavit about the salary and benefits they are getting from the company, keeping in view the report submitted by the forensic auditors that said that they are getting huge benefits from Amrapali.
The court fixed the matter for further hearing on November 13.
On October 26, the top court asked the statutory auditors of Amrapali to hand all over the documents to the apex court-appointed forensic auditors in a day.
Source: Press Trust of India