The government Friday moved the Supreme Court seeking review and recall of its judgment appointing a special investigating team (SIT) headed by its two former judges to monitor investigations into the stashing away of black money in tax havens abroad.
The apex court bench of Justice B. Sudershan Reddy (since retired) and Justice S.S. Nijjar by their judgment July 4 appointed the SIT headed by its former judge B.P. Jeevan Reddy, with former judge M.B. Shah as his deputy.
The review petition was filed Friday evening in the registry of the apex court.