The Jharkhand's BJP President Deepak Prakash raised worries over RJD chief Lalu Yadav using the RIMS Hospital Director’s bungalow, while serving his jail term. Moreover, the new director of RIIMS is staying in the state guest house which costs Rs 800/day, paid by the government. According to the in-charge of Jharkhand prison, Inspector General (IG) follows the court orders and "No orders have been directed for the shifting of Lalu Yadav."
Courtesy: Hindustan Times
The seventh edition of Tata Steel's 'Samvaad', a tribal conclave, will be held virtually this year due to the current pandemic scenario. 'Samvaad' can be watched on its official website or on its Youtube channel. The six-day conclave, beginning on November 15, will have representatives from over 100… read-more
A female Congress worker was shot dead by her husband’s relatives in Jharkhand's Dumka district on November 7. The 35-year-old Pushpa Himatsingka was murdered in broad daylight in her shop. Husband of the deceased has accused his nephew for firing at his wife following business disputes. The family also blamed the police for neglecting their complaints regarding threat to Pushpa’s life. Her son Keshav(12) said the shooters also tried to shoot… read-more
The Jharkhand High Court has postponed the hearing of Lalu Prasad's bail plea to November 27 in the Dumka Treasury Fodder Scam Case. Prasad, who was convicted in four cases, has received bail in three. His counsel, Kapil Sibal, claimed a bail citing his health and informed that Prasad has already served more than half of the sentence. However, the investigative agency sought more time to file a report on Prasad's health.
Becoming the 8th state to do so, Jharkhand government on November 5 revoked the general consent given to CBI for investigating any case. All the states that have taken such decision have accused the Centre of misusing the CBI. CBI will now have to take permission from Jharkhand government to work on any case within the boundaries of the state. The move is, however, being questioned by the BJP.
An owner of a private construction company was being harassed by Maoists on November 4, under the Barkagaon Police Station limits. Several Maoists opened fire at the workers within the construction-site and burned two JCB machines, after the owner refused to be extorted. The owner of the company, Vijay Prasad claimed that they were building roads under the Pradhan Mantri Sadak Yojana. However, the police teams are investigating the incident… read-more