The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) has moved the Supreme Court, seeking a direction to Subrata Roy's two Sahara Group companies to pay up the remainder of the amount directed to be deposited by the apex court in 2012. With interest this amount has ballooned to Rs 62,600 crore. Accusing the two companies - linked to housing and real estate - of repeatedly breaching assurances on compliance of court orders, the markets regulator said the contemnors should be taken into custody if they failed to deposit the money. The SC had earlier sent Roy to jail, where he remained for three years before grant of bail, for committing contempt of court by not depositing the funds. In its application in the pending matter, Sebi said, "Saharas have made no efforts whatsoever to comply with the orders and directions of the SC. This non-compliance by Saharas for the last about eight years is also causing great inconvenience to Sebi."