The Delhi High Court today asked Competition Commission to provide the NSE by friday its complete order including views of members dissenting with the majority ruling that held the bourse guilty of abusing market dominance.
The National Stock Exchange (NSE) will have to reply to the Competition Commission of India (CCI) in the five working days after getting the complete order, along with the dissent notes, the court said.

The order came a day after NSE approached the court seeking complete order, including views of the members who dissented on the order pronouncing it guilty of abusing its dominant position and following unfair trade practices in currency derivatives trading segment.

The NSE had said that CCI did not share the views of dissenting members in contravention to an earlier court direction to provide it with the complete order.

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