Will study SC judgement in details: Tata Motors
"This case in which the judgement was delivered today related to the acquisition of land by the state government (read West Bengal government) before it was leased to Tata Motors," the company said in a statement.
It further said "Our case relating to the Singur Act of 2011 is yet to be heard by Supreme Court. We will study today's judgement in detail before commenting further on the same."
The Supreme Court division bench headed by Justices Arun Mishra and V Gopala Gowda said that land acquisition process for Tata Motors at Singur was faulty and did not fall within the purview of public purpose.