Rashtriya Janata metric capacity unit president Lalu Prasad and fifteen others were found guilty of corruption in a verysecond case referring to the fodder scam by a special CBI court in Ranchi on Sat.
Special choose Shivpal Singh pronounced the decision in a very packed room within the case referring to the alleged dishonest withdrawal of ₹84.5 hundred thousand from Deoghar district (now in Jharkhand) treasury between 1994 and 1996 once mister. Prasad was the Chief Minister of state. The court can pronounce the quantum of sentence on Gregorian calendar month three.
Taken into custody
Sixty-nine-year-old mister. Prasad and different convicts were in real time taken into custody and sent to the Birsa Munda-Mon-Khmer jail, wherever security has been tightened, CBI sources aforementioned.
Six others, together with former Chief Minister Jagganath Mishra, were clean-handed. In all, twenty two persons were suspect within the case.
The special CBI court of Justice Shivpal Singh had completed the hearing within the fodder scam case RC 64(A) / 1996 on Gregorian calendar month thirteen and reserved orders.
Of the six fodder scam cases registered against mister. Prasad, this was the second case during which judgment has been pronounced.
Mr. Prasad was command guilty within the initial of the six fodder scam cases on September thirty, 2013. He was sent to jail on Oct three, and spent seventy days in jail before he was granted bail by the Supreme Court in Gregorian calendar month 2013.
Soon when the judgment was proclaimed, Mr. Prasad announce a series of tweets criticising the BJP. “Truth will becreated to seem as a lie, as ambiguous or a 0.5 lie by cooperative onslaught of bias driven info. however blurred layer of bias and emotion can still be removed, return what may! within the finish truth can win,” he tweeted.
He later said: “Will fight for social justice until my last breath… can die fighting however defeat the fascist forces…
“Saath har Sanskritic language hai… akela sab par bhari hai… sach ki raksha Hindu deityrne blow Lalu ka sangharsh jari hai (Every Sanskritic language is with me… on their lonesome I’m mightier than others… Lalu’s struggle to defend truth continues).”