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SC extends Subrata's stay in Tihar conference hall by 15 days

India Blooms News Service | 09 Sep 2014, 03:16 am
New Delhi, Sept 8 (IBNS): The Supreme Court on Monday extended Sahara Group chief Subrata Roy's stay at the Tihar Jail conference hall facility by 15 days.

His lawyer had earlier requested the court to extend Roy's stay in the conference hall for negotiations for sale of overseas hotels.

The group was earlier provided 10 working days to negotiate sale of off-shore property from conference room in Tihar Jail.

Roy has been provided an office with 600 sq ft of space insidethe Tihar jail complex, where he is able to hold video conferences, use computers and receive visitors to try to sell or mortgage the hotels.

Roy is in Tihar Jail after his arrest for allegedly defrauding investors of over Rs 200 billion.
 

SC extends Subrata's stay in Tihar conference hall by 15 days

India Blooms News Service
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