Sahara disappointed with SC verdict

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Sahara Group today expressed disappointment over the Supreme Court judgement dismissing its chief Subrata Roy's petition against the order jailing him.

"We are still in the process of reading and understanding the judgement... We expect to return to the Court in the near future with further evidence of our compliance of the Court's previous orders and to satisfy the Court of our earnest intentions in moving forward," Keshav Mohan, one of the advocates of Sahara Group, said in a statement.

He said in the light of today's direction of the Court, the group will try its best to derive a fresh proposal and hope to satisfy the apex Court.

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