The case relates to the alleged differential access given to certain broking firms in the form of 'dark fibre' at NSE, to connect across the colocation facilities before other members.
OPG Securities allegedly benefited at the cost of other exchange members and their investors by gaining unfair access to NSE’s colocation facilities between 2010 and 2015.
In its order on April 11, SAT admitted Ramkrishna's plea in the case and had directed her to deposit an amount of Rs 2 crore within six weeks.
ED asked about the alleged manipulation of the NSE when Ramkrishna was at the helm of affairs at the bourse, said officials privy to the investigation.
In the event of non-payment of dues, the market regulator will recover the amount by attaching and selling her moveable and immoveable property.
The CBI had arrested Chitra Ramkrishna and Anand Subramanian early this year and they are in jail at present.
The colocation case has led to the arrests of former NSE MD and CEO Chitra Ramkrishna and former group operating officer of the exchange Anand Subramanian.
The Delhi HC has sought the response from the CBI on Chitra Ramkrishna’s bail plea.
The trial court had dismissed the bail plea of the former NSE boss on May 12 and said that no ground for bail was made out at this stage.
The trial court had dismissed the bail plea of the former NSE boss on May 12 considering the gravity and magnitude of the allegations and said that no ground for bail was made out at this stage.
Under the MLAT, which was ratified by India in 2005, both countries help each other in the criminal law matters with the sanction of their respective central authorities.
Earlier, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) had opposed their bail applications saying they could influence the witnesses and tamper with the evidence.
In its chargesheet filed in their Special Court here, the CBI has alleged that Ramkrishna allegedly abused her official position in key decisions among other charges.
Passing a four-page order, after accepting an appeal filed by Ramkrishna, SAT said that various questions raised by her would be considered at the time of hearing of the appeal.
The CBI opposed the bail application of former managing director and chief executive officer of the NSE Chitra Ramkrishna in the NSE co-location case.