After BCCI suspends Sahara Pune warriors from IPL, today the Supreme Court today directed the Sahara group to hand over title deeds of its properties worth Rs 20,000 crore to SEBI warning that failure to comply would mean Subrata Roy cannot leave India.

Supreme Court said: Subrata Roy will not be allowed to go abroad without its permission if order is not complied in three weeks.


The bench said: You have driven everybody round. From day one restraint was ours. You indulge too much in hide and seek. We cannot trust you any more. There is no escape for you and the money has to come.

Someone from Sahara said: I am finished if I have to pay Rs 19,000 crore cash. My company would liquidate. I am over as company if I have to pay the case.


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