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CBI DSP moves HC against Alok Verma's decision to reverse transfer orders of officers

Devender Kumar has sought a direction to the CBI to not allow Verma to deal with the FIR against him and others
Alok Verma leaves from CBI headquarters, a day after he was reinstated by the Supreme Court.
Alok Verma leaves from CBI headquarters, a day after he was reinstated by the Supreme Court.
PTI

PTI   |   New Delhi   |   Published 10.01.19, 11:19 AM

CBI deputy superintendent of police Devender Kumar on Thursday moved Delhi High Court against director Alok Verma's decision to reverse the transfer orders of various officers.

The plea is likely to be listed for hearing on Friday before Justice Najmi Waziri, who has already reserved verdict on various petitions of special director Rakesh Asthana, Kumar and middleman Manoj Prasad, seeking to quash the bribery FIR against them.

Kumar, in his application filed in the pending petition, has sought a direction to the CBI to not allow Verma and other retransferred officers to deal with the FIR against him and others in any manner.

Verma joined office on Wednesday, 77 days after he was sent on forced leave by the central government through a late-night order on October 23, 2018, which was set aside by the Supreme Court on Tuesday.



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