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My Son's Laptop Was Seized in Illegal Raid, CBI DSP Tells Delhi Court in Bail Plea

Special CBI Judge Santosh Snehi Mann fixed the matter for hearing on Tuesday, when Kumar will be produced before the court on the expiry of his seven-day CBI custody granted by the court earlier.

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Updated:October 29, 2018, 7:26 PM IST
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My Son's Laptop Was Seized in Illegal Raid, CBI DSP Tells Delhi Court in Bail Plea
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New Delhi: CBI's Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Devender Kumar, arrested in connection with bribery allegations involving the agency's Special Director Rakesh Asthana, moved a bail application before a court here Monday.

Special CBI Judge Santosh Snehi Mann fixed the matter for hearing on Tuesday, when Kumar will be produced before the court on the expiry of his seven-day CBI custody granted by the court earlier.

In his bail application, moved by advocate Rahul Tyagi, Kumar termed his custody "illegal" and urged the court to set him free.

The application also said Kumar was ready to abide by the conditions imposed by the court while granting him bail.

It claimed that the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) sleuths did not have valid search warrants when they raided Kumar's office and residence.

His eight mobile phones, an iPad and his son's laptop were seized, the plea said, seeking a direction to the agency to release these articles.

Kumar and Asthana have already challenged the legality of the FIR filed against them.

Besides them, two alleged middlemen -- Manoj Prasad and Somesh Prasad -- have also been named as accused in the case.

The agency had earlier told the court that Kumar had tried to fabricate evidence during the investigation in another case.

Kumar had claimed that he was falsely implicated in the case and that he was a victim of rivalry among the senior officers of the central probe agency.

He had said he was investigating a case against meat exporter Moin Qureshi, in which the complainant in the present case -- Satish Babu Sana -- was a suspect and the names of some past and present senior CBI officers had surfaced.

Kumar had claimed that his arrest in the present case was motivated to stall the investigation in the case against Qureshi and that there was no direct allegation against him.

If convicted, the accused may get a maximum 10-year jail term in the case.

The FIR in the current case was lodged on the basis of a written complaint from Sana on October 15, wherein it was alleged that Kumar, being the IO in the case against Qureshi, was repeatedly calling the complainant to the CBI office to harass him and compel him to pay a bribe of Rs 5 crore for getting a clean chit in the case.

The complaint had also said a part of the bribe was paid by Sana.

| Edited by: Ahona Sengupta
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