"Appalled" By UP Police Arresting Interim Resolution Professional, Supreme Court Issues Show-Cause Notice To Officer:

4th Mar,2021


"Appalled" By UP Police Arresting Interim Resolution Professional, Supreme Court Issues Show-Cause Notice To Officer:


The Court saw that the police official was inexperienced with the IBC arrangements offering advantage to IRP The Supreme Court has expressed that it is "horrified" by the capture of a court-named Interim Resolution Professional (IRP) Anuj Jain by the Uttar Pradesh police in a criminal case and requested his delivery forthwith. Jain was captured from Mumbai by the Greater Noida police regarding a FIR asserting that the Jaypee Infratech Limited (JIL) and its IRP Anuj Jain have not taken up security measures recommended by the IIT in its wellbeing review led in 2018 to diminish street accident.The seat of Justices A. M. Khanwilkar and Dinesh Maheshwari on Tuesday looked for an individual testimony from the IO concerned. "We are shocked to see that the way in which the Uttar Pradesh Police has dealt with this case radiating from F.I.R. No.0098/2021, enlisted at Police Station Beta-II in District Greater Noida, including to make the outrageous move to capture the Interim Resolution Professional, Mr. Anuj Jain who was working in that limit as per the request passed by the Court and depended with the working of the Company being referred to. It is seen that the police official managing the case is curious about with the arrangement of advantage of between time goal proficient delegated by the Court, regarding Section 233 of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code",said the seat. Mr. R.K. Raizada, senior insight showing up for the State of Uttar Pradesh, on directions, presented that the Investigating Officer, Mr. Bijendra Singh, was of the view that the candidate may leave India whenever to dodge the indictment and for getting his essence figured it important to capture him from Mumbai. "We will analyse this part of the matter extravagantly at suitable time by regarding this application as meaningful writ appeal documented by the candidate under Section 32 of the Constitution of India and to be numbered likewise",