In her reply, Nagpal said she was following the Supreme Court's order while demolishing the wall of the mosque.
The Uttar Pradesh government on Aug 4 served a chargesheet to Nagpal.
The 10-page chargesheet served to Nagpal said that she should have first served a notice before bringing down the wall and asked her to file her report on the matter within 15 days.
The Supreme Court earlier in the day dismissed a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) filed against the suspension of Nagpal, who is facing the music for allegedly going tough on the sand mafia in Uttar Pradesh.
An apex court bench headed by Chief Justice P Sathasivam said it will not interfere in the matter and dismissed the PIL filed by advocate ML Sharma.
In a separate hearing, the Supreme Court issued a notice to the Uttar Pradesh government over the arrest of Dalit scholar Kanwal Bharti.
The apex court asked the Akhilesh Yadav government to explain why Bharti was arrested.
Bharti had criticized the Samajwadi Party government on social networking site Facebook over the Durga Shakti Nagpal case.
Nagpal, who was leading a crackdown on sand mafia in Uttar Pradesh, was suspended after she allegedly ordered the demolition of a mosque being built illegally on government land in Greater Noida.
--IBNS (Posted on 17-08-2013)