The Supreme Court has permitted TVS Motor Company to sell its new motorbike Flame.
A bench comprising Justices Markandey Katju and Asok Kumar Ganguly yesterday dismissed the petition of Bajaj Auto Ltd praying to the court that TVS Motor Company was illegally using its technology and therefore they should not be allowed to manufacture and sell Flame motorbike.
Bajaj Auto Ltd had filed two petitions in the apex court seeking to restrain TVS Motor Company from marketing its Flame motorbike.
Bajaj Auto Ltd had come in appeal against the judgment of the Madras High Court which had refused to restrain TVS from marketing its product.
The contention of Bajaj Auto Ltd that production and marketing of Flame cannot be permitted as its technology has virtually been stolen and has been illegally used by the TVS Motor Company was turned down by the apex court.
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