SC removes two of its officers on charges of molestation

Supreme Court
Supreme Court
The Supreme Court has removed two court officials from the post in the matter of tampering the uploaded judicial verdict. These two officials have been wrongly accused of granting exemption to personally attend court in a case related to contempt of industrialist Anil Ambani's court.

The country's largest court removes two court masters while using high authority under section 311 of the Constitution. The names of the deleted officers are Man Sharma and Tapan Kumar Chakraborty who were working as Assistant Registrars.

The Court Masters sees all the orders issued by the Open Court or Chamber of Judges and gives information about it. Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi decided to remove the two officers on Wednesday late evening and ordered an inquiry into the tampering issue of officials.

On Wednesday, the Supreme Court completed hearing of Ericsson India's petition for contempt proceedings against him for not paying the outstanding amount of Rs 550 crore against Reliance Communications Limited Company Chairman Anil Ambani and 2 others. The court will later hear the verdict. A bench of justices RF Nariman and Justice Vineet Sharan said after the hearing that the decision on this will be pronounced later.

Earlier, telecom equipment maker Ericsson India alleged in the court that the Reliance Group has money to invest in the Rafael Jet deal but they are unable to repay their outstanding Rs.550 crores, although Anil Ambani Group has accused Ericsson Dismissed right there.

In his cleanliness, Anil Ambani said in his cleanliness that his company, Mukesh Ambani's company Reliance Jio, was unable to complete the sale of his property because his company reached the bankruptcy process. Anil Ambani's Reliance Communications (RCOM) told the court that he tried a lot to pay Ericsson's dues, but could not pay the money due to the failure to complete the property sale deal with Geo.

The court had told Reliance Communications (RCOM) on October 23 last year that it would pay the outstanding amount by December 15, 2018, and if it was not done by it, it would have to pay interest at the rate of 12% annually.