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it's CBI versus CBI, and it's an all out war. The chief exploring organization attacked its own central command in Delhi and captured DSP Devinder Kumar on Monday. The capture was regarding a renumeration body of evidence against CBI's second-most senior officer, Rakesh Asthana, who has leveled defilement accusations against office chief Alok Verma. CBI additionally directed pursuits at Kumar's habitation. It seized eight cell phones, one PC and records from the two premises. DSP Kumar, who was the researching officer (IO) in the pay off case, has been captured for manufacturing the announcement of complainant Satish Sana. "Devinder Kumar, IO for the situation, made the announcement of Satish Sana under CrPC (Criminal Procedure Code) 161. Amid the examination, the CBI found that Devinder was absent in Delhi on 26.09.2018 as asserted in the announcement. He joined the examination on 1.10.2018 and recorded the announcement on 3.10.2018," CBI said. "It was found amid the examination that Devinder manufactured the announcement as an idea in retrospect to prove charges made by Special Director Rakesh Asthana against Director Alok Verma before the CVC," included the CBI. After Asthana affirmed in his letter to the Central Vigilance Commissioner (CVC) that he was being encircled in the pay off case on the grounds that CBI executive Verma had acknowledged a pay off of Rs 2 crore, and was blaming him to shield himself, the examining office turned out with regards to its boss. The CBI, in an announcement to India Today TV, said that the claims made by Asthana against its executive, Verma, are "false and vindictive". Letter to CVC In the wake of being named a blamed in the pay off case, Asthana kept in touch with the CVC on October 19, in a letter stamped "top mystery" or, in other words of India Today TV, charging that the pay off was paid to CBI executive Alok Verma to settle a body of evidence against Satish Sana. The claim is that Sana, who documented a grumbling with the office, was requested to pay a fix by Manoj Prasad and his sibling, Somesh Prasad, to settle the argument against him with the assistance of CBI Special Director Asthana. As indicated by the letter from Asthana to the CVC, Sana purportedly paid the pay off to Verma for abandoning the test in the Moin Qureshi case. The letter likewise said that amid the cross examination, Sana, gave an announcement in January, in which he purportedly said that he met a Telugu Desam Party (TDP) MP CM Ramesh, who thus met the CBI Director for settlement of his case. "On receipt of data that Satish paid illicit delight to Alok Verma, the CBI Director, the equivalent was conveyed to the notice of Cabinet Secretary on 24.08.2018 by Rakesh Asthana," peruses the letter. The CVC started a request and looked for the pertinent records. Move for capture On September 20, the capture proposition for the custodial cross examination of Satish Sana was moved for the endorsement of the CBI chief by Asthana. Be that as it may, the document was moved to Director of Prosecution following four days. The CBI claims that the "conflict that Director, CBI, made an endeavor to stop the capture of Sana is false and malignant". "The claim has been made to redirect the charge of receipt of pay off cash by CBI Special Director Rakesh Asthana and the other local official named in the FIR. The body of evidence against the local officials identifies with exchanges starting in December 2017, for a situation enrolled in February 2017, while the capture proposition was moved just on 12.9.2018." Asthana, in his letter, likewise guaranteed that on September 25, Sana attempted to escape to Dubai from Hyderabad airplane terminal. He was counteracted by the movement in light of the "post round" issued against him on the directions of Asthana, he asserted. The CBI said that "charges that the Director CBI didn't know about LOC issued against Satish Sana is erroneous. Executive CBI had seen and approved the proposition to issue the LOC on 21.05.2018." The claims and counter-charges have muddied the picture of India's chief insightful office with the two officers blaming each other for having gotten rewards to settle a body of evidence against denounced people. "Obviously dynamic endeavors are in progress to erroneously embroil me (Rakesh Asthana). In the light of over, the commission may benevolent speedily exchange the examination and supervision of 8 cases to the SIT as asked for by undersigned (Rakesh Asthana) in the prior letters in light of a legitimate concern for equity and in the soul of standards of nature of equity," peruses the letter by Asthana to the CVC. The CBI disclosed to India Today TV that "dependent on the claims made in the dissension against community workers of the office - in particular Rakesh Asthana and Devender Kumar - that they got unlawful delight through private people, Manoj and Somesh Prasad, for giving help for the situation, a FIR has been recorded against them". Sana is one of the observers for a situation relating to Moin Qureshi. "Sana was called to the CBI for examination/request on various events in October/November 2017. Amid October/November 2017, there were four occasions in which sees were given to Sana. With the end goal to get alleviation from successive notification, Sana moved toward one Manoj Prasad in Dubai in the period of December 2017. Rs 2.95 crore was paid to the local officials (Rakesh Asthana) through Manoj Prasad and Somesh Prasad, and Sana could get alleviation in the progressing examination in the Moin Qureshi case. In this way, there were no notification issued to him till mid of February 2018," said the CBI. Notice to Sana As per the office, on February 19 a notice was issued to Sana once more. Sana traveled to Dubai and met Manoj Prasad. Consequently, there no notification were issued till May-end/June starting. On May 16, the post round was issued against Satish Sana. "On 24/09/2018, while Sana was traveling to another country, he was ceased by migration office at Hyderabad. Along these lines, he was called by Investigation Officer on 1/10/2018 and again on 03/10/2018. Looked with proceeded with badgering, Sana got his announcement recorded with the Magistrate Court in regards to the whole exchange," said the CBI. The CBI additionally disclosed to India Today TV that later Sana likewise reached Manoj Prasad to get help from the appearance due on October 9.

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