After the Radia tapes surfaced in the public domain, the former chairman of Tata groups Ratan Tata had moved the supreme court complaining of serious breach of his right to privacy.
He had sought an inquiry into the leak of intercepted private conversations which the law required to be kept secret.
The CPIL had filed its petition before the SC seeking to make public all the conversations, except those which were in the nature of private talk, to make people aware how the system operated in India.
The Supreme court had fixed hearing on the petitions for Aug 21.
(with agency inputs)