The CBI last week submitted in a sealed cover a "status report containing developments made in the investigation" for the court’s consideration. The agency claimed some issues relating to its investigation abroad were pending.
The application was filed on Tuesday, a day after four-month time given to the agency to wrap up the probe expired on September 30. It is likely to come up for hearing before Justice Vibhu Bakhru on October 9.
Satish Dagar’s exit comes after HC gave CBI 4 months to wrap up probe. Dagar, who joined the agency in 1986, serves as Superintendent of Police in CBI’s anti-corruption unit III. He had also investigated the charges against Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim.
Records show that Sana allegedly paid Rs 2 crore to Qureshi in November 2012 and phone recordings, obtained by the CBI, revealed that their conversation pertained to the bail matter of another CBI accused, Hyderabad businessman Sukesh Gupta.