I had obtained an anticipatory bail which the IO(Investigating Officer) refused to execute demanding submission of passports of all the family members. We didn't relent. We obtained regular bail to avoid all these issues.
Prior to this my wife had paid money to the IO to send a letter to my office to inform the IO before sending me outside the country. Now my office is refusing to send me to the US citing this as the reason.
Should I get a court order to show in my office to override the letter which the IO has sent.
My career is getting affected severely due to these issues. What can I do to set right my career, so that all the letters sent by the IO doesn't have any effect.
03 May 2012
IO is not authorized to give any instruction to the employer. You have obtained the bail from court and the court has not laid down any such condition. Then how dare the IO did that. Move an application and in that also complain against the IO. 919555462995