On Saturday, Raghuvansh Prasad Singh, former Union Minister, is arriving in Rhims, the national vice-president of the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD), sharing the joy of bail with his leader RJD Supreme Olalu Prasad Yadav. It's the day to meet Laloo on Saturday. On this day, a maximum of three visits are allowed to meet Laloo. Raghuvansh Singh arrived in Ranchi on Friday evening by air. Later, mukhatib Raghuvansh Prasad told the media that RJD supremo Lalu Prasad was implicated in a conspiracy. He hopes that the way the RJD supremo has been granted bail in the Deoghar case, he will get relief in other cases as well. Raghuvansh will meet medically-healing Lalu Prasad at Rimes on Saturday. Let us know the full details
For your information, the RJD workers, happy to be granted bail in a fodder scam case, expressed happiness by distributing sweets at the airport, the state RJD office and the RIMS premises. Those who welcomed Raghuvansh Prasad at the airport included state president Abhay Kumar Singh, Manoj Kumar Pandey, Anil Singh Azad, Arjun Yadav, etc. RJD supremo Laloo Prasad Yadav has been granted bail from the Jharkhand High Court in the Deoghar treasury case in the fodder scam case. Hearing the bail of Lalu Prasad, convicted in four cases of fodder scam, The court granted bail to Lalu on the condition of deducting half of the total punishment.
In case of the case, Laloo has been sentenced to three-and-a-half years in jail in connection with the scam case No. 64A, illegal withdrawal from the Deoghar treasury. Lalu had sought bail from the High Court in the same case, quoting the Supreme Court judgement. Laloo will still have to remain in jail for being sentenced in two cases. Laloo will also have to submit his passport to the court for bail. Advocate of Lalu Prasad Yadav, Devarshi Mandal said that the Jharkhand High Court has granted bail to Lalu Prasad, who has been sentenced to 25 months in the fodder scam case, 25 months in the Deoghar treasury case. He said Laloo will have to remain in jail for the time being. He is awaiting bail in the 68A and 38A cases. Sunil Gandhi was also granted bail by the Jharkhand High Court after a bail retrial from the Supreme Court in the case.
According to media reports, the High Court has granted bail to Lalu Prasad Yadav on a personal bond of 50,000 rupees. They will also have to pay a fine of five lakh rupees. The trial court had convicted Laloo and sentenced him to three-and-a-half years in jail. It had also imposed a fine of five lakh rupees. Lalu will also have to submit his passport to the High Court for bail. On behalf of the CBI, the CBI counsel opposed Lalu Prasad's bail saying that the Supreme Court has frozen Lalu's bail. The High Court should not grant bail without half the punishment. On which Laloo's lawyer argued that Laloo had sought bail from the Supreme Court on merit, not in the name of half the sentence.