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Supreme Court to hear Centre’s appeal against Tripura High Court order on Mukesh Ambani’s security cover tomorrow

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The Supreme Court agreed to hear on Tuesday, the appeal filed by the Central government against the Tripura High Court’s decision to entertain a PIL challenging the security cover provided to Reliance Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani and his family by the Maharashtra government.

Appearing for the Government of India, Solicitor General Tushar Mehta said the security provided to the Ambanis could not be termed as an issue of public interest, so it cannot be the basis of a PIL.

Besides, the matter did not come under the jurisdiction of Tripura High Court, since the state of Tripura had no links whatsoever with the case, the SG contended.

He further opposed the summoning of Union Home Ministry officials by the High Court.

The Tripura High Court has summoned the officials of the Union Home Ministry on Tuesday, along with the documents related to threat perception.

Maharashtra government had provided security to Ambani and his family, based on an evaluation of threat perception by the Centre.

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