New Delhi, (Agencies): A Delhi court on Wednesday deferred the hearing for Thursday its order on a plea for registration of an FIR against a CBI officer and Tehelka magazine owner and editor for making public Swami Aseemanand's confessions to a court about his alleged role in the Ajmer blast case.

Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Sanjay Bansal, deferred it as RSS activist Devender Gupta's counsel Anupam S Sharma wanted to make some additional argument on the plea.

Accordingly, the ACMM reserved the order on Gupta's plea after hearing Sharma's additional argument.

Sharma argued the court has all the requisite powers to order a probe into the leakage of Aseemanand's confessions to a magisterial court under section 164 of the Criminal Procedure Code.

He sought the court's order pointing out that it was clear that an offence of a serious nature had been committed and no action on it has been taken till date.

Gupta, arrested for his role in Ajmer dargah blast case, is currently lodged in the city's Central Jail.

Chargesheeted by Rajasthan's Anti-Terrorist Squad for his alleged role in Ajmer Blast case, Gupta had sought lodging of the FIR against CBI's Additional Superintendent of Police T R Balaji and Tehelka magazine owner, publisher and editor Tarun Tejpal.