The Supreme Court on Monday reserved its verdict in a plea seeking transfer of the trial in the multi-crore Public Distribution System scam from Chhattisgarh. .A Bench of Justices Rohinton Nariman, Navin Sinha and KM Joseph heard petitioner's counsel, Senior Advocate Mahesh Jethmalani before stating that it will pass appropriate orders. .The plea was filed by one Girish Sharma, an employee of Chhattisgarh State Civil Supplies Corporation in Raipur, who is also witness in the case. It was his case that efforts are being made by the State government to derail the proceedings of the case in the trial court..“The petitioner is a crucial witness, in the multi-crore, Civil Supplies Scam, infamously known as NAN Scam and has been constrained to invoke the writ jurisdiction of this Court against malafide actions of the Respondent No. 1-State...has since Dec, 2018 been unrelentingly been making attempts to frustrate the trial," the plea said..Senior advocate Mahesh Jethamalani and advocate Ravi Sharma, appearing for the petitioner, had sought transfer of trial, monitoring of the cases by apex court and directions to restrain the Chhattisgarh government from taking coercive action against him..The Economic Offences Investigation (EOI) and Anti-corruption Bureau, Raipur, Chhattisgarh conducted raids on February 12, 2015 in different district offices and residents of the officers of Chhattisgarh State Civil Supplies Corporation and Chhattisgarh State Warehousing Corporation including its headquarters at Raipur and had registered a case against the officers of the corporation..The Enforcement Directorate had also also registered a money laundering case in connection with the scam against two IAS officers.