The top court had on Tuesday reserved its order in the case.
The apex court had refused to go into the snoopgate controversy at the very beginning of the proceedings.
Advocate Sunil Farnandes, appearing for Sharma, had submitted that his client was being targeted by the Gujarat government because his elder brother, a senior Gujarat cadre IPS officer, did not toe the line of state government in many cases.
The state government refuted the allegations levelled by Sharma and said that he was himself under surveillance because of various alleged illegal financial transactions.
The bench, at the end of the hearing, assured Sharma that justice will be done like the apex court has done in various Gujarat cases.
"We are not concerned about which government has come or gone. We will not fail in our duty. This court has done a great work in many Gujarat cases. I have also been party to such judgment. We are not concerned about the personality," the court had said.
The apex court had on May 12, 2011 taken strong exception to the submissions of Sharma aimed at tarnishing the image of Modi and directed him to delete those paragraphs from the petition.
The IAS officer is facing five criminal cases including his alleged involvement in land scam registered against him since 2008 in Rajkot area. He had approached the apex court seeking transfer of cases against him to CBI.
(With inputs from PTI)
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