Former Gaya SSP Aditya Kumar has got a big relief from the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court has stayed his arrest for the time being. On October 15, 2022, the Economic Offenses Unit (EOU) had registered an FIR against him for calling the DGP in the name of Chief Justice of Patna High Court and ending the liquor case registered at Fatehpur police station in Gaya.
Patna High Court had rejected the bail plea
While hearing the SLP of IPS officer Aditya Kumar, a bench of Justices Krishna Murari and PV Sanjay Kumar prohibited any coercive action against him. The court issued this order on Friday, 12 May. The Patna High Court had rejected the anticipatory bail plea of former SSP Aditya Kumar. Aditya Kumar challenged this in the Supreme Court.
A case of disproportionate assets was also registered
Senior advocate Mukul Rohatgi presented arguments on behalf of Aditya Kumar in the Supreme Court. After listening to the case, the suspended IPS officer got a big relief. The bench said that accepting the request of senior advocate Mukul Rohatgi, no coercive action would be taken against the petitioner. Earlier, the Special Vigilance Unit (SVU) had also registered a disproportionate assets case of Rs 1.37 crore against suspended IPS officer Aditya Kumar. SVU had carried out investigations at his flat at Saguna Mod in Danapur and Indirapuram in UP Ghaziabad and his ancestral residence in Meerut.
Aditya Kumar is 2011 batch IPS
Please tell that Aditya Kumar is an IPS officer of 2011 batch. He is accused of giving protection to the liquor mafia when he was the SSP of Gaya. The matter was investigated by Magadh Range IG Aditya Lodha, who found the allegations to be true. After this, an FIR was registered against Aditya Kumar in Gaya’s Fatehpur police station. Apart from this, Aditya Kumar’s friend Abhishek Agarwal, becoming Patna High Court Chief Justice, had given instructions to close all cases against DGP SK Single Aditya Kumar through his phone. Abhishek Agarwal has been arrested in this case.
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