Hindenburg Case: No Grounds To Transfer Probe From SEBI, Says Supreme Court

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  • Published On: January 03, 2024
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The Supreme Court today directed the SEBI to complete its probe into two pending cases relating to allegations against the Adani group within three months. Holding that it cannot regulate SEBI's power of investigation, a bench headed by Chief Justice DY Chandrachud noted that SEBI has completed its probe in 22 out of 24 cases relating to allegations against the Adani group.

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