Published: Fri, January 12, 2018
People | By Leon Thompson

No visitors, no dahi chura, Lalu complains of being treated as commoner

No visitors, no dahi chura, Lalu complains of being treated as commoner

Jha said, "It shows Lalu and his party have no regard for the legal process".

This was not the end to Yadav's wishlist at Ranchi's Birsa Munda jail.

Mr Yadav, the judge added, could even stay with his family in the open jail and that is why he had recommended the open jail at Hazaribagh, about 150 km from Ranchi.

The jail was opened in 2013 for naxals, convicts or undertrials, who are seen open to the idea of giving up weapons and returning to the mainstream.

"There is no one with a more feudal mindset than Lalu". Lalu then said that the rules will have to be changed for lodging us in the Open Jail.

The RJD chief was jailed on December 23 after a special CBI court convicted him in a fodder scam case. "Please look into this", Lalu pleaded the judge.

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But there were practical problems, Lalu Yadav seemed to suggest. "I will file a defamation case against those trying to malign me", Akhtar said. But if he expected that scenario to persuade the judge to change his mind, it didn't work. "Go to an open jail and you can keep waving (to your supporters from a distance) through the day", the CBI Special Judge said.

Ranchi police have initiated action against Sumit Yadav, who had lodged a false case against the two men, asking a local court to begin trial against him under Sections 182 (misleading public servants with false information) and 211 (instituting criminal proceedings on false grounds) of IPC. "I will order it if you say", the judge replied.

Lalu appeared before different CBI courts on Wednesday where arguments were completed in RC68A/96 and the court of SS Prasad is likely to pronounce judgment on January 24.

In a huge setback to the RJD, its supremo Lalu Prasad was on January 6 sentenced to three-and-a-half-years jail in a fodder scam case.

JD-U general secretary K C Tyagi said a new political chapter has begun with the court's decision and it means politicians will be afraid of committing any such wrongdoing.

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