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Counsel for the real estate company, Rajeev Dhawan, withdrew the petition submitting that since a Single-Judge Bench of the High Court had in September refused to release the hall to his client immediately and the same had been upheld later by the Supreme Court, this petition had become infructuous.
Justice J.D. Kapoor of the High Court had in September said that the trial court could consider releasing the hall to the petitioner two months after conclusion of defence evidence in the criminal case against the owner of the hall.
Mr. Dhawan submitted that the petitioner would move a proper forum with their plea.
The Ansals wanted release of the hall to them on the ground that they needed to sell it off to gather money to pay compensation to the victims' families and the injured as directed by a Special Bench of the High Court in April this year.
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