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19 sentenced in fodder scam case, Lalu gets 14 years in jail

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Ranchi: The Special Judge Ranchi today sentenced  RJD chief and former Bihar Chief Minister Lalu Prasad Yadav 14 years in jail along with 18 other accused in the fodder scam case.

Lalu has got two sentences of 7 years each under different sections of IPC and the Prevention of Corruption Act.Both these sentences will run consecutively).

The following sentences were awarded to them:-

Sl.No. Name & Designation Section Sentence Fine
1 Arun Kumar Singh, Private Person U/s 120B r/w 420, 409, 467, 468, 471 IPC 3.5 Years RI Rs. 15 lakh
2 Ajit Kuma Verma, Private Person U/s 120B r/w 420, 409, 467, 468, 471 IPC 3.5 Years RI Rs. 15 lakh
3 Bimal Kant Das, the then Veterinary Officer U/s 120B r/w 420, 409, 467, 468, 471 IPC 3.5 Years RI Rs. 15 lakh
u/s 120B r/w 13 (2) r/w 13 (1) (c) & (d) of P.C. Act, 1988 3.5 Years RI Rs. 15 lakh
4 Gopi Nath Das, Private Person U/s 120B r/w 420, 409, 467, 468, 471 IPC 3.5 Years RI Rs. 15 lakh
5 K.K.Prasad, the then Veterinary Officer U/s 120B r/w 420, 409, 467, 468, 471 IPC 3.5 Years RI Rs. 15 lakh
u/s 120B r/w 13 (2) r/w 13 (1) (c) & (d) of P.C. Act, 1988 3.5 Years RI Rs. 15 lakh
6 Lalu Prasad, the then Chief Minister U/s 120B r/w 420, 409, 467, 468, 471 IPC 7 Years RI Rs.30 Lakh
u/s 120B r/w 13 (2) r/w 13 (1) (c) & (d) of P.C. Act, 1988 7 Years RI Rs.30 Lakh
7 Manoranjan Prasad, the then Veterinary Officer U/s 120B r/w 420, 409, 467, 468, 471 IPC 3.5 Years RI Rs. 15 lakh
u/s 120B r/w 13 (2) r/w 13 (1) (c) & (d) of P.C. Act, 1988 3.5 Years RI Rs. 15 lakh
8 M.S.Bedi, Private Person U/s 120B r/w 420, 409, 467, 468, 471 IPC 3.5 Years RI Rs. 15 lakh
9 Naresh Prasad, Private Person U/s 120B r/w 420, 409, 467, 468, 471 IPC 3.5 Years RI Rs. 15 lakh
10 Nand Kishore Prasad,the then  Veterinary Officer U/s 120B r/w 420, 409, 467, 468, 471 IPC 3.5 Years RI Rs. 15 lakh
u/s 120B r/w 13 (2) r/w 13 (1) (c) & (d) of P.C. Act, 1988 3.5 Years RI Rs. 15 lakh
11 O.P.Diwakar, the then Regional Director U/s 120B r/w 420, 409, 467, 468, 471 IPC 7 Years RI Rs.30 Lakh
u/s 120B r/w 13 (2) r/w 13 (1) (c) & (d) of P.C. Act, 1988 7 Years RI Rs.30 Lakh

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12 Pankaj Mohan Bhoi, the then Accountant U/s 120B r/w 420, 409, 467, 468, 471 IPC 3.5 Years RI Rs. 15 lakh
u/s 120B r/w 13 (2) r/w 13 (1) (c) & (d) of P.C. Act, 1988 3.5 Years RI Rs. 15 lakh
13 Pitamber Jha, the then Veterinary officer U/s 120B r/w 420, 409, 467, 468, 471 IPC 3.5 Years RI Rs. 15 lakh
u/s 120B r/w 13 (2) r/w 13 (1) (c) & (d) of P.C. Act, 1988 3.5 Years RI Rs. 15 lakh
14 P.C.Singh, the then Secretary U/s 120B r/w 420, 409, 467, 468, 471 IPC 3.5 Years RI Rs. 15 lakh
u/s 120B r/w 13 (2) r/w 13 (1) (c) & (d) of P.C. Act, 1988 3.5 Years RI Rs. 15 lakh
15 Raghu Nandan Prasad,the then Veterinary Officer U/s 120B r/w 420, 409, 467, 468, 471 IPC 3.5 Years RI Rs. 15 lakh
u/s 120B r/w 13 (2) r/w 13 (1) (c) & (d) of P.C. Act, 1988 3.5 Years RI Rs. 15 lakh
16 Radha Mohan Mandal,the then Veterinary Officer U/s 120B r/w 420, 409, 467, 468, 471 IPC 3.5 Years RI Rs. 15 lakh
u/s 120B r/w 13 (2) r/w 13 (1) (c) & (d) of P.C. Act, 1988 3.5 Years RI Rs. 15 lakh
17 Raj Kumar Sharma, Private Person U/s 120B r/w 420, 409, 467, 468, 471 IPC 3.5 Years RI Rs. 15 lakh
18 R.K.Bagaria, Private Person U/s 120B r/w 420, 409, 467, 468, 471 IPC 3.5 Years RI Rs. 15 lakh
19 S.K.Das, the then Treasury Assistant U/s 120B r/w 420, 409, 467, 468, 471 IPC 3.5 Years RI Rs. 15 lakh
u/s 120B r/w 13 (2) r/w 13 (1) (c) & (d) of P.C. Act, 1988 3.5 Years RI Rs. 15 lakh

The sentences for imprisonment shall run consecutively.

CBI had registered the instant case in compliance of orders dated 11.03.1996 passed by the Hon’ble High Court of Patna and the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India vide orders dated 19.03.1996, and taken over investigation of the Case No 16/96 which was earlier registered at police station Dumka Town on the allegations of fraudulent withdrawal of Rs. 3.76 Crore from Dumka Treasury during December 1995 to January 1996 at the strength of forged documents, fictitious supply of animal feed. It was further alleged that such heavy withdrawals were made against meager genuine budget allotment of Rs. 1.5 lakh during the relevant period.

Nitish Kumar quits as Bihar Chief Minister

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Patna/New Delhi: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar today resigned after the RJD chief Lalu Prasad Yadav ruled out the resignation of his son, the deputy chief Minister Tejashwi Prasad Yadav over the land-for-hotel case that has engulfed the entire Lalu family.

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Nitish resigned after the ruling JD(U) legislature party met here on Wednesday (26 July 2017).

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After the latest development and following the parting of ways between the Nitish led JD(U) and Lalu led RJD, BJP party mandarins in Delhi are not ruling out a JD(U)-BJP alliance in Bihar.

BJP concedes defeat in Bihar

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Nitish-:Lalu alliance registers sweeping victory

Big comeback for Lalu

Bihar electionsPatna: Shortly after 10 am this morning the picture was clear that the grand alliance led by Nitish Kumar and Lalu Yadav, with Congress as a fringe partner, had established a clear lead and by 10.45 am the JDU had either won or was leading in 159 of the 243 constituencies in Bihar and the BJP was trailing behind with 74.

Once the results get announced, Nitish Kumar would be establishing a hat trick of three consecutive victories – a first time by any leader in Bihar.

The Bihar results should come as a body blow to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who addressed about 3 dozen election rallies across Bihar. It is obvious that the voters have come forward and voted against the communal discourse and moves to polarise the Hindu voters and divide society on communal lines. The verdict should also be also viewed as a backlash against price rise and attempts to prop up the beef card coinciding with the Bihar elections.

 

 

Country awaits Bihar election results

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Modi_Nitish_LaluPatna/New Delhi:The counting for the historic and crucial Bihar Assembly election will begin shortly and within the next few hours the scenario would be clear and people will get the answers for so many questions floating across the country.

Political observers and a large section of people are asking:

Will victory for the NDA in Bihar reinstate Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) President Amit Shah’s reputation that he hestablished in 2014 May when his party swept to power at the Centre with a brute majority?

What the BJP will do in West Bengal and also what about its ambitions to spread the wings in the North East after a debacle in Bihar?

Will defeat in Bihar not lend crdibility to those who have been describing it as a party that rode to power at the Centre on the basis of “false promises”?

A defeat – will it not be a warning signal to BJP for the 2017 elections in Uttar Pradesh?

For the JDU-RJD “Mahagathbandhan (grand alliance) that has drawn heavily from the caste factor, a victory would be a game changer for Indian Politics as it would send the clear message that the Modi wave is now a thing of the past and that the Modi model of development has been rejected by the people. A defeat on the other end will bring down the curtain when it comes to Lalu Prasad Yadav and his kind of politics and also crush the Bihar chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s ambitions to pitch himself prominently in national politics keeping an eye on the 2019 elections.