Financial Creditor Plea For Insolvency Doesn't Get Time Barred Even If Filed After 3 Yrs: SC


The two-judge division bench consisting of Justices Lahoti and Brijesh Kumar heard the petition on Tuesday, filed by Ashok Kumar, Trustee and Senior Advisor, Wildlife Trust of India. Ashok was represented by Advocate Sudhir Mishra.

The Supreme Court of India has directed the Centre and State governments of Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Bihar to behave on a writ petition filed to ensure fiscal self-discipline and applicable use of funds launched underneath Project Tiger.

The two-judge division bench consisting of Justices Lahoti and Brijesh Kumar heard the petition on Tuesday, filed by Ashok Kumar, Trustee and Senior Advisor, Wildlife Trust of India. Ashok was represented by Advocate Sudhir Mishra.

The SC has directed the Centre together with the 4 states must clarify their stand on the scenario.  

Kumar in his petition identified the irregularities and diversion of funds that had been granted for wildlife conservation underneath Project Tiger. Apart from that, few different schemes of the Central authorities additionally confirmed indiscipline, in keeping with the petition.  

Kumar can also be a former Project Tiger steering committee member. Is a high-power committee, features underneath the Ministry of Environment and Forests.

Kumar in his petition talked about that the state governments, underneath the guise of administrative delays had been made positive that the funds allotted for the wildlife for conservation weren’t accessed for its meant objective, however diverted for different functions. 

Meanwhile, In 2001, Kumar had additionally filed a plea with the SC, requesting it to intrude within the Valmiki Tiger Reserve disaster in Bihar,  when their staff had deserted the reserve in protest in opposition to non-payment of salaries for greater than a 12 months. 




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