Saturday, 3 October 2009

Supreme Court dismissed the special leave petition filed by Amway

Youngman Trivedi asked for the Supreme Court verdict on the special leave petition filed by Amway India. Here take this and enjoy. I believe that you do now know what the Supreme Court said.


Record of proceedings

Petition(s) for Special Leave to Appeal (Civil) No(s). 13414/2007
From the judgement and order dated 19/07/2007 in WP No. 20470/2006 of the High Court of Andhr Pradesh, Hyderabad
Amway India Enterprises & Another


Union of India & others

(With prayer for interim relief and office report)

With SL(P) No 13415/2007 (With prayer for interim relief and office report)

Date: 14/08/2007 This petition was called on for hearing today.
Coram: Hon'ble Mr Justice J K Sema

Hon'ble Mr Justice Lokeshwar Singh Panta
For petitioner(s) Mr Soli J Sorabjee, senior advocate
Dr Rajiv Dhavan, senior advocate
Mr Anil K Kher, senior advocate
Mr Bhargav V Desai, advocate
Mr K apil Kher, advocate
Mr Rahul Gupta, advocate
Ms Reema Sharma, advocate

Mr R F Nariman, senior advocate
Mr Siddhartha Chowdhury, advocate
For IA No.2 Mr Prashant Bhushan, advocate
Mr Riohit Kumar Singh, advocate
Mr Sumeet Sharma, advocate
Ms Parul Kaur Majithia, advocate
Ms Madhulika Mohta, advocate

For Respondents(s) Mr Gopal Subramniam, ASG
Mrs D Bharathi Reddy, Advocate
For IA No 3/ 07 Mr Fakhruddin, senior advocate
Mr Iftikar Ahmad, advocate
Mr Md Irshad Hanif, advocate
UPON hearing counsel the court made the following
Heard at length
Impleadment application is dismissed
There is no merit in these SLPs. They are, accordingly, dismssied.
We, however, direct the investigating officers, respondent Nos 5 & 6 to complete the investigation within a period of six months from today. The Investigation Oficers shall carry on the investigation with a sense of the High Court.
(Ravi P Varma) & Anand Singh
Court Masters


dtytrivedi said...

so investigation still is on if i am not wrong.

Shyam Sundar said...

It shows that you cannot comprehend anything with one reading. The CID of Andhra Pradesh completed the investigation and filed the criminal case in the Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Court, Nampally, Hyderabad. The accused including Mr William Pinckney surrendered before the court and obtained bail. But they are not attending to the trial regularly and that is why the Magistrate got angry with the accused and ordered them to be present in the court for the next hearing on Nov 12, 2009.

dtytrivedi said...

exactly, u are right and i accept it, similarly u also don't know what is 6 percenter.

you as a lawyer has done whole analysis of sales and marketing plan but they don't know the levels like 6% and 15%.

U think i am playing gimmicks well if u know what it is u won't be righting the post against amway's sales and marketing plan.