Fodder Scam Case: Further Setbacks for Lalu Yadav as HC rejects his bail petition

Listening to a bail petition submitted by the RJD chief Lalu Yadav, the Jharkhand Large courtroom turned down the Bail petition on 23rd February, 2018. Hon’ble Justice Aparesh Kumar Singh when giving the purchase reported that the courtroom would not look at the bail petition unless the convict undergoes 50 % period of the allotted sentence. This bail petition was submitted in relation to withdrawing of Rs 89 lakh sort Deoghar treasury in Jharkhand and he was convicted by a specific CBI courtroom for his fraudulent act on 23rd December, 2017 and was sentenced to a few and 50 % several years of imprisonment and a fantastic of Rs 10 lakh on 6th January, 2018.

Lalu Yadav is presently struggling with his sentence in the Birsa Munda Central Jail, Ranchi, Jharkhand. 15 other people were being also convicted in the Deoghar Fodder Fraud.

Surinder Singh, counsel appearing from the facet of Lalu Yadav reported that Lalu Yadav was the Chief Minister when the illegal withdrawals took area sort the Deoghar treasury and he was not mindful of such illegal withdrawals. The counsels appearing on Lalu Yadav also brought ahead numerous wellbeing problems becoming endured by Lalu Yadav and his advancing age.

Opposing the identical CBI law firm argued that Lalu Yadav was physically fit and not struggling from any illness. He additional added that Lalu was effectively mindful of all the illegal withdrawals that were being built from the Deoghar treasury.
The Large Court docket reported that Lalu Yadav is an convict of a significant offence of fraud and which has directly hampered the public interest and established incorrect examples of administration, and he just cannot be allowed to escape so simply.
Lalu Yadav counsels reported that they will now enchantment for a bail right before the Supreme Court docket only right after he undergoes 50 % phrase of his imprisonment. In the meantime the legal enchantment in the Jharkhand Large courtroom towards the trial courtroom judgment will keep on.

Sugam Shine

Sugam Shine

Scholar from School of Law, Galgotia’s University, Increased Noida.

Sugam Shine

Most recent posts by Sugam Shine (see all)

Shares 0

Post Author: gupta

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *