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Fodder Scam: Criminal Conspiracy Case, Separate Trial in Every Case

Posted on: 08 May, 2017 Tags   Fodder Scam Lalu Yadav Supreme Court High Court

BiharonWeb: 08 May, 2017, In the case of fodder scam, Lalu Yadav has been shocked by the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court has accepted the CBI plea. The court has said that in every case there will be separate trials. Now the criminal conspiracy case against Lalu Prasad will be played. The Supreme Court has changed the decision of the High Court while hearing it today.

The Supreme Court had reserved its decision on April 20 in this matter. Along with this, all the parties related to the matter had asked to give their suggestions within a week.

Along with this, the court had also heard the petition filed by RJD supremo. Let me tell you that Lalu Yadav has challenged the jail sentence found in the fodder scam. The fodder scam is a matter related to Bihar Animal Husbandry Department in the middle of 1990. Lalu was Chief Minister of Bihar during this period.

On the other hand, the CBI filed a petition in the Supreme Court, challenging the filing of the FIR against Lalu Prasad for the Jharkhand High Court in a case of fodder scam.

The CBI had challenged the High Court's decision in its recent appeal, in which the hearing was approved in the trial court against Lalu Prasad Yadav only two streams, while other charges were dismissed as saying that one No person can have a trial twice for the crime.

It is worth mentioning that the Jharkhand High Court had ordered that the trial of the case against Lalu Prasad Yadav under Section 200 and section 511 of Indian Penal Code will continue.

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