Two of the officers – both from the Police Service – were arrested recently while summons were issued to several others seeking their appearance before the Special Investigation Team (SIT).
Special Judge Geetanjali Goel granted more time after submissions of the counsels for the accused that time was needed for scrutiny of documents.
Fighting has continued in northern Myanmar after an alliance of armed ethnic minority groups launched a surprise offensive last month.
"I only wish the same doesn't befall others," says Saravanan
The premises of Katyal were raided by the federal agency in March when it had also covered the premises of Lalu Prasad, Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav, his sisters and others.
The victim, Karthick, received a message via the Telegram application, offering a part-time job. Upon showing interest, Karthick was added to a group and was asked to pay certain fees to get the job.
The Cantonment police had registered a case on the basis of a complaint filed by Akhil Mathew, personal staff of Veena.
The CM also criticised a section of the media for propagating false news against the health minister.
The police have not registered any case on the allegation raised by Haridas, but lodged an FIR and started a probe on the complaint filed by the minister's personal staff.
The case pertains to Group-D appointments made in the Central Zone of railways based in Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh during Lalu Prasad's tenure as the railway minister in return for land parcels.
This new revelation involves a job associated with NORKA Roots, a portfolio under the CM. The fraud was ultimately resolved and kept under wraps with the intervention of high-ranking CPM leaders.
Land-for-job scam case: Got sanction to prosecute three ex-Railway officials, tells CBI to Delhi court
The case relates to alleged appointments made in the railways in return for land parcels gifted or sold to Lalu Prasad Yadav's family when he was the railway minister between 2004 and 2009.
Water resources department officials said the search in the CE’s office was conducted to ascertain the link between Senthil Balaji and the mining barons.
Akash Pathak was accused of impersonating as MD (in charge) of the passenger vehicles division at Tata Motors.
Each of them paid Rs 13 lakh and was taken to Dubai and Egypt where they landed under the captivity of armed mafia in Zuwara City of Libya.
She then filed a complaint with the district cyber crime police, who traced the UPI IDs of the scammers and froze a total of Rs 44 lakh in their accounts.
Technical analysis of call details and money transactions and it was found that the accused was continuously moving and operating from Kanpur and Unnao districts of Uttar Pradesh.
The investigation was initiated by ED under PMLA, 2002 based on FIR registered by the CBI against the Ex-Railway Minister Lalu Prasad Yadav, Rabri Devi & others.
Minister of State for External Affairs V Muraleedharan told the Rajya Sabha that 414 Indians were trapped by firms promising fake IT jobs in Myanmar and 292 of them have been repatriated to India.
Chandrakar said that he inquired into the matter and will submit a report to the collector soon.