Sahara group seeks Supreme Court relief for chief Subrata Roy on health grounds

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New Delhi | Published: November 26, 2014 8:48:04 AM

The Sahara group moved the Supreme Court on Tuesday, seeking relief for its chief Subrata Roy...

Sahara group moved the SC, seeking relief for its chief Subrata Roy owing to his deteriorating health conditions. ReutersSahara group moved the SC, seeking relief for its chief Subrata Roy owing to his deteriorating health conditions. Reuters

The Sahara group moved the Supreme Court on Tuesday, seeking relief for its chief Subrata Roy owing to his deteriorating health conditions.

Mentioning the matter before a bench led by Justice TS Thakur, senior advocate Sidharth Luthra informed the court that Roy was suffering from high blood pressure and could also suffer a stroke. The bench said that it would have to constitute a special bench to hear the application and that in the meantime, it could direct Tihar jail to give all necessary treatment to Roy. (ENS)

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