Ishrat Jahan was killed by a team of Gujarat Police in an encounter on the outskirts of Ahmedabad on June 15, 2004.
The mother of two, who joined the BJP last year, said she has had to face the hostility of people, including her relatives, after she filed the petition.
CBI lawyer R C Kodekar conveyed the decision in a written submission before special CBI judge R K Chudawala.
At a time when incidents of people being thrashed over religious slogans are coming to the fore, this woman resurrects one's faith in the idea of unity in diversity.
BJP's Ishrat Jahan threatened, asked to vacate house for attending Hanuman Chalisa recital wearing hijab
Howrah ACP North Pratiksha Jharkaria confirmed that they have received Jahan's complaint and an investigation is underway.
The officers filed the pleas after the CBI failed to obtain the Gujarat government’s sanction to prosecute them.
Special CBI court judge J K Pandya said that since the government has not sanctioned their prosecution, their discharge pleas are allowed and proceedings against them will be dropped in the case.
He also attacked the Congress over its promise to roll out the minimum income guarantee scheme for the poor, if voted back to power.
The court had earlier rejected discharge applications of the two ex officers and had asked the CBI to clear its stand on whether it wants to get sanction to prosecute them from the state government.
The court had earlier rejected discharge applications of the two retired police officers, who were named as accused by the CBI in 2004 alleged fake encounter of Ishrat and three others.
When the court asked for the reason for the delay, CBI lawyer R C Kodekar said it had no say in the matter of grant of sanction by the state government. The matter will be next heard on January 28.
G L Singhal, one of the seven IPS officers chargesheeted by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) in Ishrat Jahan case, has been promoted to the rank of inspector general from deputy inspector gen
The court last month concluded the hearing of arguments of the two accused retired police officers, the CBI and Ishrat Jahan's mother Shamima Kauser, who had challenged Vanzara's discharge plea.
Two Intelligence Bureau officials have challenged the summons issued to them by a magistrate's court here in the Ishrat Jahan alleged fake encounter case.
She further said that she never got any support from West Bengal Chief Minister Mamta Banerjee in her fight against the triple talaq.