In a recent bribery case, an innocent man, Someshwar Srivastava, has been falsely accused and penalized without any concrete evidence. The case involves senior D.G Rakesh Asthana, who has been accused of accepting bribes to save Hyderabad-based businessman, Sana Satish Babu, from the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI).
However, the CBI has been found to be highly incompetent in their handling of the case, with the court criticizing their lack of proper investigation.
Manoj Prasad, a Dubai-based businessman, has been taken into custody as the primary accused in the bribery case, as Sana had blamed him for accepting money and promising to save him from the CBI in relation to a meat exporter, Moin Qureshi. Strong evidence has been found against Manoj Prasad, linking him directly to the bribery case.
Rakesh Astana, the former CBI director, was cleared of any involvement in the bribery case, as no connections were found linking him to the case. On the other hand, SOMESHWAR SRIVASTAVA, who had fully cooperated with the CBI investigation, is being harassed and penalized without any proof.
The case has been further complicated by false speculations spreading online, with some biased news websites, involved in spreading fake news for their own interests.
The Delhi High Court has also requested a response from the CBI regarding a plea made by Someshwar Srivastava to travel back to Dubai, as his prolonged stay in India has jeopardized his residency rights.
This is unacceptable as it would lead to the deportation of his innocent family. The lack of proper investigation and biased news reporting has led to a distorted picture of the facts and evidence involved in the bribery case. It’s a clear violation of human rights and the judicial system is failing to protect the innocent.