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On October 24, the CBI was comprehensively betrayed by its leadership. Director Alok Verma filed an FIR against his deputy, Rakesh Asthana, for taking bribe.
It was Verma who had approached the SC after both he and Asthana were suddenly sent on leave and M Nageswara Rao appointed interim chief.
Chief Justice Gogoi said that the CVC report would be given to senior counsel Fali Nariman in a sealed cover and the response to the report too would come in a sealed cover.
The bench is also likely to consider the report of acting CBI director M Nageswara Rao also filed in a sealed cover in the court with regard to the decisions taken by him from October 23-26.
During the hearing, interim CBI Director M Nageswar Rao also filed his report on decisions taken by him from October 23 till date as head of the agency.
The Supreme Court is all set to hear on Monday the case pertaining to CBI director Alok Kumar Verma, who was sent on leave by the Centre following a pending inquiry against him.
Verma appeared before the panel headed by Chowdary and comprising Vigilance Commissioners Sharad Kumar and T M Bhasin among others, they said, without citing any other details.
The Supreme Court had on October 26 asked the Central Vigilance Commission to complete its inquiry into allegations against Verma within two weeks.
They met Chowdary and Vigilance Commissioner Sharad Kumar, the officials said, without citing any other details.
CBI chief Alok Verma and his deputy Rakesh Asthana were divested of their duties in a 2.30 am order on October 24 as a culmination of the internal feud in the agency.