Suco refuses to accept government's suggestions in sealed cover

Order reserved on formation of committee in Adani case
New Delhi. The Supreme Court has refused to accept in a sealed cover the Centre's suggestion on a panel of experts to strengthen regulatory measures for the stock market. On the Adani issue, the Supreme Court bench has said that we will not accept the Centre's suggestions in a sealed cover.
We want to ensure complete transparency
During the hearing on the Adani-Hindenburg dispute issue, the Supreme Court has reserved its order on the issue related to the appointment of the committee. During the hearing, a bench headed by CJI DY Chandrachud said that they will not accept the suggestion made by the Center in a sealed cover, as they (Supreme Court) want to maintain complete transparency in the matter.
The Supreme Court heard the Adani-Hindenburg case on Friday. During this, the Solicitor General, appearing for SEBI, submitted suggestions to the judges on the names of the members of the committee and its authority. Solicitor General said that we want the truth to come out in this matter but it should not affect the market. The court should take a decision on handing over the responsibility of monitoring to a former judge. On this, the CJI said that if the names you have given are not given to the other party, then there will be no transparency. We want complete transparency in this matter, therefore, we will form a committee from our side. He said that we are keeping the order safe.