I assume the Supreme Court wouldn’t deny injuctive relief on the ground that irreparable harm is unlikely and then deny the appeal as moot because the harm has been done.
Since the Indian pension funds’ claims are small relative to the size of the sale, they could presumably be satisfied without voiding the sale. They really just want money, anyway.
The precedent that “a fast one” can be pulled in BK Court with no effective remedy should be challenged, by competent counsel. Good luck Mr. Donofrio.