Bribery Case Of ASP Divya Mittal: The Ajmer ACB Court has rejected the bail application of ASP Divya Mittal, who was suspended from the post of Additional SP in Ajmer SOG in the case of demanding a bribe of two crore rupees.
Due to this, the difficulties of Divya Mittal have increased further. It was pleaded on behalf of the prosecution that the broker is still absconding in the case and the investigation is also pending.
On this argument of the prosecution, the court has rejected the bail application filed by the accused. Divya Mittal is in judicial custody till 3 February.
In the case of demanding a bribe of two crore rupees, a bail application was filed on behalf of Divya Mittal in the Ajmer ACB Court on January 22.
Ajmer ACB Court heard the bail application on Tuesday i.e. Jan 24. The ACB court has rejected the bail application filed by Divya Mittal.
During the hearing, the counsel appearing for Divya Mittal said in the court that the FIR registered by the ACB is false. In such a situation, Divya Mittal should be released on bail.
On the other hand, it was argued by the prosecution that in the case of demanding a bribe of Rs 2 crore, Sumit Kumar, the dismissed constable of police, is still absconding and the investigation is also pending.
After hearing the arguments from both sides, the ACB Court rejected the bail application of Divya Mittal. At the same time, the investigation of Jaipur ACB is going on in the matter.
Let us tell you that on January 16, Divya Mittal was arrested by the ACB on the basis of evidence, after which she was presented in court on January 21 after taking her on remand for six days. The court ordered Divya Mittal to be sent to jail till February 3.
At the same time, the ACB has not been able to arrest the absconding constable Sumit Kumar in the case so far.
Divya Mittal is in judicial custody till February 3 on the orders of Ajmer ACB court. She has been kept in jail like normal prisoners.
A picture clicked in the women's jail is going viral on social media. In this photo, Divya Mittal is seen standing in line with the prisoners.