The submission was made by the lawyer appearing for the two Maldivian nationals after arguments were over from the side of the three former Kerala police officers and a retired IB officer in their anticipatory bail pleas.
Besides these four, 14 others, are named as accused in the case registered by the agency for various offences.
Justice Ashok Menon gave the relief to the two officers after CBI sought adjournment till next week in the joint anticipatory bail plea moved by S Vijayan and Thampi S Durga Dutt.
The agency filed a status report, after the top court ordered a CBI probe in April to investigate the role played by police in framing Narayanan.
Vijayan submitted a set of documents and also claimed that Narayanan, the former ISRO scientist, had land dealings with the wife of former top police officer Raman Srivastava, who was the IG of the South Zone back then.
The court listed the matter for physical mode of hearing on July 14.
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Last month, the CBI had filed an FIR in the Chief Judicial Magistrate accusing five former law enforcers of "wrongful arrest, custodial torture and unjustified incarceration" of Narayanan and others.
Mathews, the then head of the SIT probe team, moved the court after reports that the CBI had listed him among the 18 accused in the FIR.