The Kerala High Court on Monday dismissed the plea of a former police officer, who had accused ex-Indian Space Research Organisation scientist Nambi Narayanan of influencing the Central Bureau of Investigation inquiry against him, Live Law reported.

Justice R Narayana Pisharadi was hearing former police officer S Vijayan’s petition, claiming that Narayanan had bribed some officers of the Central Bureau of Investigation with land deals worth crores.

Vijayan and 17 former Kerala Police and intelligence officers are facing a Central Bureau of Investigation inquiry for allegedly falsely implicating Narayanan and six others on the charges of spying for other countries in 1994, PTI reported.

The former police officers were granted anticipatory bail by the Kerala High Court in August.

On Monday, Vijayan told the Kerala High Court that he had submitted encumbrance certificates of several acres of land in Tamil Nadu’s Tirunelveli district. The former police officer added that the documents mention Narayanan or his son as holders of the power of attorney, Live Law reported.

An encumbrance certificate is used as an evidence of possession of a property that an individual is required to produce during buying or selling of the asset.

Justice Pisharadi observed that the encumbrance certificates did not prove the sale of land. The court asked Vijayan to instead submit the sale deeds to…

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