HC dismisses KFA plea against creditors

HC dismisses KFA plea against creditors

The High Court of Karnataka on Wednesday dismissed an application filed by Kingfisher Airlines (KFA) seeking to restrain its creditors from taking possession of Kingfisher House in Mumbai. The Court also vacated an interim stay granted earlier.

“ No inference can be granted by any court or other authority in respect of any action taken or to be taken pursuant to the aforesaid Act (SARFAESI Act). It is clear that this court would not have jurisdiction to interfere in the present circumstance of the case.The company would have to take recourse to appeal under SARFAESI Act,” the court said and dismissed the matter.

The Kingfisher Airlines  has filed an application seeking to restrain 15 banks from taking possession of the Kingfisher House.

Policy for blind

The High Court has directed the State government to give it in writing whether or not it will implement the Supreme Court order on providing reservation in jobs for the visually challenged.

“You need not have a policy. There is a Supreme Court direction. Give it in writing if you are not planning to implement it,” the Division Bench comprising D H Waghela and Justice S N Satyanarayana said.

National Federation for Blind has approached the court seeking directions to implement Supreme Court guideline on providing reservation for the visually-challenged persons.

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