The Supreme Court of India asked the central bank to submit all relevant documents for the IMC encryption ban before August 22

According to AMBcrypto, on August 20th, the Supreme Court of India received some arguments challenging the jurisdiction of the Central Bank of India (RBI) in prohibiting encryption activities. On August 21, the hearing on the matter continued, and RBI's lawyer Shyam Divan listed the cryptocurrency shortcomings highlighted in the report submitted by the ministerial committee (IMC) to the court. However, local media Crypto Kanoon pointed out that the judge questioned RBI's concerns about consumer protection because it was the responsibility of the government. The judge requested the various related reports mentioned by the IMC in the report, which the government earlier claimed were confidential. After the judge asks the Deputy Attorney General to be present, the RBI must submit all documents and reports cited on page 85 of the IMC Report by tomorrow (August 22).