MUMBAI: Yes Bank is understood to be planning legal action against the Gautam Buddh Nagar police order disallowing the private lender from dealing with or exercising rights over shares of DishTV. This is a part of the bank’s attempts to recover loans to the group. According to legal experts, the bank can seek redressal from the Allahabad HC against the police order. The police have issued a notice under Section 102 of the Criminal Procedure Code, which gives them power to seize property that is allegedly stolen or there is reasonable suspicion. The notice was issued on a case based on a complaint by Subhash Chandra, chairman of Essel Group. The FIR is understood to have been lodged in September 2020. The private bank, which is the largest shareholder in DishTV with a stake of over 24%, has sought to oust the management. The bank had acquired a stake in the broadcaster after invoking a pledge on shares that were offered by the Essel Group promoter. The pledges were invoked after the promoter defaulted on its loans. The Essel Group, which has come under stress, had managed to extract a standstill agreement from other lenders. Yes Bank has continued to pursue recovery and moved a resolution to sack CEO Jawahar Goel and other independent directors. However, last Saturday, DishTV informed the stock exchanges that the UP Police have issued a notice to the bank asking it not to deal with DishTV shares or exercise any rights in respect of them.