CBI Bribery Case: DSP Devender kumar to be presented in court today

CBI Bribery Case: DSP Devender kumar to be presented in court today

CBI Bribery Case: India’s largest investigating agency CBI is in the limelight due to the turmoil this time. DSP Devendra Kumar, who was arrested yesterday in bribe case related to CBI’s special director Rakesh Asthana, will be present in Patiala House Court in Delhi today. The PMO is constantly monitoring the case of bribe. Director Alok Verma met PM Modi after registering a bribe case on Rakesh Asthana, who was ranked number two in the CBI. The CBI has registered a case against the Deputy Superintendent of Police Devendra Kumar and Manoj Prasad, alleged intermediaries Somesh Prasad and other unknown officials. The case has been registered under Section 7, 13 (2) and 13 (1) (D) of the Prevention of Corruption Act. Apart from this, Section 7A has also been imposed on them. The CBI has informed that there is no need to seek permission from the government before initiating an investigation against any officer in these sections.

Now its CBI vs CBI

CBI has filed FIR against its own Special Director Rakesh Asthana accusing him of taking a bribe of Rs 2 crore. Rakesh Asthana replied that this case is a conspiracy because he has given the list of Director Alok Verma’s corruption list to the Prime Minister’s Office and the Chief Vigilance Commissioner. The Prime Minister’s Office is also angry with this fight, CBI Director Alok Verma met PM Narendra Modi and gave his clarification.

The accused number one in the FIR is Rakesh Asthana, who is the CBI’s No. 2 officer. In connection with the famous meat businessman Moin Qureshi, a man named Satish Sana has been accused of taking a bribe of Rs two crores. The CBI also said in its FIR that the bribery scandal has been linked from Delhi to Dubai.

The Special Director of CBI also reversed on FIR and said that the case against him has been lodged under the conspiracy because he himself has been booked under the charge of Alok Verma’s corruption allegations in the Prime Minister’s Office and central observer. It was also alleged that the bribe of Rs two crore rupees was taken by the CBI director.

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Abhishek Lohia was a Sports and Political Writer working for Newsfolo and is no longer associated with the organization.

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