Jharkhand HC Granted Bail to former Union Minister Lalu Prasad Yadav.

    JHARKHAND: The Jharkhand High Court on Friday granted bail to former Union Minister Lalu Prasad Yadav in the ₹139 crore Doranda Treasury case, one of the fodder scam cases in which he was convicted. Bail was granted by Justice Aparesh Kumar Singh. He also suspended a five years sentence given to him earlier.

    The ₹950 crore fodder scam occurred when Yadav was Chief Minister of Bihar state in the year between 1991 and 1996. He has already been convicted in four other fodder scam cases for illegal withdrawals of ₹37.7 crores and ₹ 33.13 crores from the Chaibasa treasury, ₹89.27 crores from the Deoghar treasury, and ₹3.76 crores from the Dumka treasury.

    Yadav has now been granted bail in all of the five fodder scam cases in which he was convicted. He secured bail in the Chaibasa Treasury Scam cases in October 2020, and in the Deoghar Treasury Scam case in February 2020. In April 2021, he was granted bail in the Dumka Treasury case.

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