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The Supreme Court Hears Submissions By NSEL Challenging The Bombay High Court Order
The Supreme Court Hears Submissions By NSEL Challenging The Bombay High Court Order

Economic Offences Wing of Mumbai Police who was subsequently investigating the matter, had filed 3 charge sheets but not a single rupee has been traced by money trail to the petitioner as a promoter not the petitioner was named as an accused. The High Court relied on the Carona Limited v. M/s. Parvathy Swaminathan and Sons had concluded that the NSEL is not a Financial Establishment and therefore, the petitioner who is a promoter of the said establishment cannot be proceeded under the provisions of MPID Act. Hence, we are constrained to quash and set aside the action to which the petitioner is subjected to by taking recourse to the provisions of MPID Act.

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