RJD supremo Lalu Prasad’s difficulties with the fodder scandal appear to be escalating once more. Today, a special CBI court ordered Lalu Prasad to file a case in connection with the fodder scandal, and Lalu Prasad returned to Patna on Monday.
Lalu Yadav will be brought up on charges of illegally withdrawing Rs 46 lakh from Bhagalpur and Banka treasuries in the fodder scam case. Let us remind you that Lalu Prasad returned to Patna after almost three years on October 24, just before the Bihar by-election.
28 accused including Lalu ordered to appear on November 23
He returned to Delhi with his entire family the next day after RJD’s defeat in the by-election on November 2. Judge Prajesh Kumar of the Special CBI Court for Lalu Prasad has ordered all 28 defendants in the case, including Lalu, to appear in court on November 23.
Hearing on November 29 in the case of illegal withdrawal of crores from Doranda Treasury
It’s worth noting that Lalu is currently facing six instances of fodder fraud, five of which are being heard in the Ranchi Special CBI Court in Jharkhand and one in the Patna CBI Court. Lalu has been found guilty in four crimes by the Ranchi special CBI court, and he has also served time in prison. The case of the illicit withdrawal of Rs 139 crore from the Doranda Treasury is now being investigated, with a hearing scheduled for November 29.
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