Highlights

  • Adani-Hindenburg verdict today
  • CJI-led SC bench reserved verdict in Nov
  • No reason to discredit SEBI, SC had noted

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Supreme Court verdict on Adani-Hindenburg case today

The top court had noted it has no reason to discredit stock market regulator SEBI which probed the allegations against the Adani Group.

Supreme Court verdict on Adani-Hindenburg case today

The Supreme Court will pronounce its verdict on Wednesday on a batch of petitions on the Adani-Hindenburg row over allegations of stock price manipulation by the Indian corporate giant.

A bench headed by Chief Justice D Y Chandrachud had on November 24 reserved its verdict on the pleas.

The top court, while reserving the verdict, had said it has no reason to "discredit" SEBI, the stock market regulator, which probed the allegations against the Adani group. The court said there was no material before it to doubt what the market regulator had done.

The bench had said it does not have to treat what was set out in the Hindenburg report as a "true state of affairs".

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