The Supreme Court has issued notices of contempt on three directors including the CMD of Amrapali Group on Thursday. They have been accused that they have ignored many court directives. The court has asked for an answer in all four weeks. The bench of Justices UU Lalit and D.V. Chandrachud has asked the three directors of Amrapali Group (Anil Kumar Sharma, Shiv Priya and Ajay Kumar) to appear before the SHO of Noida Sector 62 before 8am on Friday morning. The Court has instructed Noida Police to, according to the document's document, wherever they are, their property will be listed and sealed.
Apex Court has instructed Noida's SSP to take three directors at Hotel Park Astent after 6 pm, where they will spend 15 nights. The court has instructed to seize their cell phones too. The court has also said that they will stay on the surveillance during the imprisonment.
Listed open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Court has said that in order to list the documents of Seal property of Amrapali Group in Noida and Greater Noida, open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. This process will last for 15 days. The bench has also said that forensic auditors Ravi Bhutia and Pawan Kumar will audit the remaining balance of 46 companies of Amrapali Group in the next 10 weeks.
Was sent into custody
Before this, the Supreme Court has sent three directors Anil Sharma, Shov Priya and Ajay Kumar to the police custody of Amrapali Real Estate Group. These people have not submitted documents for the forensic audit of their accounts. Earlier, during the ongoing hearing in this case, the Supreme Court strongly condemned the Amrapali group. The court said that they do not play hide and seek with him. The apex court asked Amrapali counsel in the court to explain why he has not yet submitted documentation for forensic audit.
Flat even after taking money
The Amrapali group has not given any flat to them by taking money from thousands of buyers in Noida, Greater Noida and other areas. Buyers have been waiting for their Asia for nearly a decade. The Supreme Court is hearing the petition filed on behalf of the buyers. The top court has now handed over all the Amrapali projects to the National Building Corporation (NBCC). NBCC is taking steps to complete these projects.