Three directors of embattled real estate company Amrapali were Wednesday night brought to Noida, as the police started seizing their documents and sealing offices after the Supreme Court ordered the action, officials said.
The group's corporate office in Sector 62, other premises in Sector 76, Sector 45 besides properties in Greater Noida were being sealed, a senior police official said.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday ordered the sealing of nine properties of Amrapali Group after its three directors, who are in police custody, said that the documents related to the group's 46 firms were stored there.
The apex court had on Tuesday ordered that Amrapali Group promoter Anil Sharma and two directors Shivapriya and Ajay Kumar be taken into police custody.
It had also castigated the company for playing "hide and seek" with the court and not complying with its orders to hand over all the documents to the forensic auditors.
"The police are searching for the necessary documents and sealing their offices. The police and the group's counsel will inform the court tomorrow (Thursday) about the seizure of documents," Superintendent of Police (Noida City) Sudha Singh told