The National Company Law Appellate Tribunal Monday directed debt-ridden IL&FS to submit information over investment made by pension and provident funds in its four group firms, and also sought details of financial liabilities of those entities.
These four ‘amber’ companies are — Hazribagh Ranchi Expressway, Jharkhand Road Project Implementation Company, Moradabad Bareily Expressway and West Gujarat Expressway.
The NCLAT also made clear that it has not stopped IL&FS and its group entities from going for resolution process.
During the proceedings of the appellate tribunal, a two-member bench headed by Justice S J Mukhopadhaya observed that the money invested by pension fund, and provident fund in the IL&FS companies should be released first.
“Provident fund and pension fund have nothing to do with this, this is not your money, it is related to the employees.
“We want that it should be released first,” the bench said.
The NCLAT had directed 4 out of 13 amber entities to …