Sahara group will have to pay Rs 10,000 crore to get interim bail for its Chief Subrata Roy and firm’s two directors, who are behind the bars since March four, the Supreme Court on Wednesday ordered. A bench of justices K S Radhakrishnan and J S Khehar said that interim bail will be granted only after the company fulfils the condition while the court agreed to defreeze the firms’ bank accounts to raise the money.

We are inclined to grant interim bail to the contemnors (Roy and two Directors) who are detained by virtue of our order dated March 4 on the condition that they would pay the amount of Rs.10,000 crores- out of which Rs.5,000 crores to be deposited before this court and for the balance a guarantee of a nationalized bank be furnished in favour of SEBI to be deposited before this Court.

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