The Jharkhand High Court on February 19 rejected RJD leader Lalu Prasad Yadav bail plea. However, the court added that the ex-CM could re-apply after two months when half of the total sentence is completed. Lalu was denied bail in the Dumka case, where he was convicted for withdrawing Rs 3.13 crore from the treasury. Jailed since December 2017, Lalu has been granted bail in three out of four cases.
The Jharkhand High Court on January 29 deferred the bail plea of ex-Bihar CM Lalu Prasad Yadav to February 5. Reportedly, the bail plea filed in the fodder scam case has been suspended by the court as the CBI sought more time to investigate. Earlier, ailing Lalu was admitted to the AIIMS, Delhi after being referred by the Rajendra Institute of Medical Science. Currently, Lalu is serving the 7-year imprisonment since December 2017.
Courtesy: The Times of India
Former Bihar CM Lalu Prasad Yadav will be shifted to Delhi AIIMS owing to breathing difficulties and developing pneumonia. Convicted under a fodder scam, Lalu was being treated at the Rajendra Institute Of Medical Science (RIMS). Reportedly, a team of eight medicals examiners suggested the move as his health deteriorated. Reportedly, he would be shifted through an air ambulance after approval from the CBI court.
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Ailing RJD Chief Lalu Prasad Yadav’s physician Dr Umesh Prasad has written to the Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences about Yadav’s kidney functioning only at 25%. Prasad added that due to Yadav’s 20-years-long diabetic history, his health "can deteriorate anytime". The physician also advised to abstain Yadav's transfer to any other hospital for treatment as nothing considerable can be done. Earlier, the Jharkhand High Court has suspended… read-more
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RJD chief Lalu Yadav has been booked under Prevention of Corruption Act for trying to lure Bihar BJP legislator Lalan Paswan. The FIR was lodged after an audio-clip surfaced in which the RJD chief had called the legislator from the jail. Moreover, a probe has been ordered on how Lalu got access to phone in jail. Meanwhile, Lalu Yadav has been shifted from RIMS' Director's bungalow to the paying ward.
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Lalu Prasad Yadav is yet again in trouble for allegedly calling NDA MLAs from jail and promising them ministerial berths. Sushil Kumar Modi, former deputy CM of Bihar, said the MLAs were receiving calls from a number that belongs to Lalu's caretaker Irfan Ansari. Reportedly, Irfan is the only visitor allowed at Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences, where Lalu is serving his jail-term. However, RJD representatives have denied these… read-more
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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