New Delhi (Agencies): Expressing dissatisfaction over CBI’s two page report on leakage of confessional statement of Ajmer dargah blast accused Swami Aseemanand, a Delhi court on Tuesday asked the agency’s director to file a complete report.

"It is not a complete report," Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Sanjay Bansal said and asked the agency to file a fresh report by February 25.

The court was not satisfied with the brief report in which the CBI dismissed the allegation that it had leaked the confessional statement and also pointed out that it was signed by the CBI Director.

The investigating agency said that the report was filed after being approved by the Director.

The CBI refuted the claims made by RSS functionary Devendra Gupta, arrested for his role in Ajmer dargah blast case, that it had leaked the confessional statement of Swami Aseemanad to the media.

"However, an internal fact-finding enquiry has been instituted in the matter," CBI said in its report.

The court had on February 4 had issued notice to the CBI and had asked its Director to explain how the confessional statement of Swami Aseemanand was leaked to the media.