Ranchi, Lalu Prasad Yadav, convicted in four cases of fodder scam, Lalu Prasad Yadav, will appear in Ranchi’s CBI court a short time from now. On Thursday, Lalu will record his statement in the fifth case of fodder scam, illegal withdrawal of Rs 139 crore from Doranda treasury. Earlier, during the last hearing of the case, CBI Special Judge SK Shashi made the statement of former Bihar Chief Minister and RJD chief Lalu Prasad on January 16 (Thursday) in connection with the illegal withdrawal of Rs 139 crore from Doranda treasury of Ranchi. The order was given to Birsa Munda Jail Administration for lodging in the court.
It has been told that a statement of a total of 111 accused in this case is to be recorded. In this 109 accused have recorded their statement. The statement of Lalu and a vet, Dr. Shivanandan Prasad, is yet to be taken. Dr. Shivanandan Prasad was also sent a notice by the court, but he could not come to record the statement due to ill health. The CBI can take his statement through affidavit. After the statement of the accused is recorded, witnesses will be produced by the defense. The accused will be given a list of witnesses in the court. The court order will begin the testimony. After the testimony, there will be a debate in the defense and prosecution. This will be followed by a hearing on the point of conviction. The court has issued an order to the jail superintendent to produce Lalu Prasad in a physical court.
Lalu Prasad Yadav admitted to RIMS, Ranchi for treatment of 11 critical illnesses
RJD supremo Lalu Prasad Yadav has been convicted in four cases of fodder scam so far. He has been kept as prisoner number 3351 in Birsa Munda Central Jail, Ranchi. However, Lalu is currently admitted in police custody to Rims of Ranchi for treatment of 11 critical illnesses. Where the team of doctors is supervising them regularly in the Paying Ward. Lalu Yadav has been granted bail in the Chaibasa and Deoghar cases. At the same time, in two cases of Dumka treasury, the maximum sentence has been sentenced to seven years (14 years total).