SC allows Sahara chief to be moved to make-shift jail

This is being done to enable him to raise Rs 10,000 crore to make part payment of the investors money

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday cleared the deck for shifting Sahara chief Subrata Roy to a make-shift jail in conference hall at the Tihar Jail complex to facilitate him to negotiate the sale of his properties, in India and abroad. This is being done to enable him to raise Rs 10,000 crore to make part payment of the investors money An apex court More...

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