What is the purpose of the NSE Circular regarding ESM?

What is the purpose of the NSE Circular regarding ESM?

The NSE Circular regarding ESM outlines the guidelines and procedures for implementing the Enhanced Surveillance Measure. It provides information on the applicability of ESM to listed companies and the actions that may be taken by the exchange in case of non-compliance or unusual trading patterns.

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