A first information report (FIR) registered by the Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) mentions that suspended cop Daya Nayak and wife Komal had jointly amassed more than Rs 41 lakh — a whopping 214.22 per cent more than their known source of income. Nayak has personally amassed more than Rs 6.6 lakh, according to the FIR, a copy of which is available with Mid Day. It details all expenses incurred by Nayak between April 1, 1995 and December 10, 2004. ACB seeks custody — The ACB seeks Nayak’s custody, to prosecute him for possessing property disproportionate to his income (Section 13(1) e of the Prevention of Corruption Act 1998).However, a source said that that most of the charges against the suspended encounter specialist are still in the “realm of assumption”. D N Bhong, assistant commissioner of police, ACB, refused to comment, but did acknowledge the facts of the FIR and said they are investigating various angles. Moves SC – Meanwhile, Nayak moved the Supreme Court yesterday, after the Bombay High Court rejected his bail application. The apex court has stayed his arrest until the hearing of the case on February 17. The petition before SC comes less than a week after the HC on February 8, rejected the anticipatory bail pleas of Nayak and his associate Rajendra Padte in a disproportionate assets case. The court had granted them a week to surrender.