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Justices M. F. Saldhana and N. K. Patil had yesterday taken a serious view of production of `totally fabricated' and two false affidavits by the vank in an extremely serious litigation.
The two judges have issued contempt notices and refused to drop the proceedings despite elaborate arguments putforth by the Additional Solicitor General of India, A. R. Rohtagi, who appeared for the bank.
The case initially came up before a single bench in which one of the officers had questioned the eligibility of certain officers for the VRS. The single judge directed the SBI to re-examine all the applications and take a fresh decision on March 30 last year.
The SBI, however, went on an appeal against the order and one of the officers took out contempt proceedings on the ground that the bank had failed to comply with the court directions. UNI
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