Ericsson had accused Ambani and others of going back on the undertaking given to the court that they would pay Rs 550 crore to the Swedish telecom company.
Justices AK Sikri and Ashok Bhushan had ended hearings arguments on the nine petitions around the power tussle between the centre and the Arvind Kejriwal government nearly three months back.
The top court also held Rao and the Central Bureau of Investigation’s legal officer guilty of contempt of court and fined them Rs 1 lakh each.
“We are not inclined to set up a monitoring committee to monitor the chit fund scam probe,” the bench said.
The Bahujan Samaj Party had told the Supreme Court in 2014 that the full expenditure on the statues was based on the budget passed by the Uttar Pradesh assembly.
Doubting the Bihar government’s intent in bringing the culprits to book for allegedly torturing and sexually abusing children in shelter homes, the SC had in November handed over the probe to CBI.
The court said it will initiate contempt proceedings against all CBI officials who were involved in transferring Sharma.
The court also instructed the government to be ready to answer its questions by 2 pm today.
Appearing for the Kerala government, advocate Jaideep Gupta made it clear that the government was opposing the review petitions as no grounds had been made out for review.
The top court slammed Bhushan for passing comments on a sub-judice matter and subsequently served him a notice.