Fodder scam Hearing was held on the bail plea of RJD supremo Lalu Prasad Yadav, who is serving a sentence in the Doranda Treasury case. On Friday, the Jharkhand High Court heard the bail plea of Lalu Prasad Yadav. The CBI has opposed the bail of Lalu Prasad in the court and sought time from the court to file a reply in the case. CBI has not yet filed counter affidavit in fodder scam case. After which the CBI has been given one last chance to file a counter affidavit in the High Court today. The next hearing of the matter has been fixed for April 22.
Lalu Prasad Yadav has filed a bail application in the High Court after being convicted in a case of illegal withdrawal from Doranda Treasury. Tried today.
CBI challenges the court’s decision
The petition has sought bail in the High Court on the basis of his old age, ill health and half the sentence. Along with this, Lalu Prasad has also challenged the decision of the special CBI court. The court sentenced Lalu Prasad to five years in jail and a fine of Rs 60 lakh.
Lalu Prasad is undergoing treatment in AIIMS
After being convicted in the Doranda case, Lalu Prasad was admitted to Ranchi RIMS, from where doctors referred him to Delhi’s AIIMS after his health deteriorated. Lalu Prasad is suffering from many serious ailments, including diabetes, blood pressure, heart disease, kidney disease, kidney stones, stress, thalassemia, prostate enlargement, uric acid increase, neurological diseases, weak immune system, right shoulder bone Problems, feet are involved. There is bone problem and eye problem.
Lalu Prasad is guilty in five cases
Lalu Prasad, convicted in five cases of fodder scam, has been convicted in Doranda, Chaibasa (2), Deoghar and Dumka cases. Illegal Rs. 139 years imprisonment and Rs. 60 lakh fine, three years imprisonment, Rs. He has been sentenced to five years in jail for illegal withdrawal of Rs 33.67 crore. He was also sentenced to seven years in jail for illegally withdrawing Rs 3.13 crore from Dumka treasury.