"Don't make us assemble if you don't have a better offer. This is a dishonest proposal," the judges had said. Sahara's lawyers had offered to deposit Rs. 2,500 crore within three days of the court vacating its order restraining the company to operate its bank accounts. Rest, it said, would be paid in installments extending up to July 2015.
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