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CBI Raid On Lalu Yadav: Why Did The CBI Raid 17 Places Of Lalu Yadav?

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CBI Raid On Lalu Yadav: Former Bihar Chief Minister and Rashtriya Janata Dal chief Lalu Prasad Yadav, who was recently out on bail in the fodder scam case, seems to be in trouble once again. Apart from Lalu Yadav, the CBI is raiding the locations of his wife Rabri Devi and daughter Misa Bharti in Patna, Gopalganj and Delhi.

The CBI has done this raid in the investigation of a corruption-related case. It is being told that this CBI raid is taking land instead of a job while Lalu Yadav was Railway Minister. CBI has got new evidence in this case, after which this action is being taken.

During the investigation so far, the CBI has come to know that in the year 2008, crores of cash had come to Misa Bharti’s Khasam Khas Rajesh Agarwal. Sixty lakhs came on May 27 2008, and 21 lakhs on June 3 2008. He gave this cash to the hawala operators. Through fake shell companies, the hawala operators carried the money to Lalu’s family members.

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As soon as the news of CBI raids on former Chief Minister Lalu Yadav’s house and other places came to his supporters, leaders and RJD MLAs started visiting his house. RJD supporters are also raising slogans against this action of CBI against their leader.

At the same time, lawyers have also reached his house to give legal advice to Lalu Yadav in this matter. RJD supporters have to say that this is an ancient matter, due to which only Lalu Yadav is being harassed. Lalu supporters say that the CBI has no evidence.

In which case is the CBI raiding

Lalu Yadav was the Union Railway Minister in the UPA government from 2004 to 2009. During that time, he was accused of being involved in many scams. The CBI is already investigating these cases, due to which raids have been conducted in the places of Lalu Yadav many times before.

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Sentenced in fodder scam case

CBI action occurred when Lalu Yadav came out on bail in the Doranda Treasury case related to the fodder scam. Between 1990 and 1995, Rs 139 crore was wrongly withdrawn from Doranda Treasury. This money was improperly told to be spent on animals and their fodder.

After the matter came to light in 1996, the CBI registered 66 cases on the alleged wrongful withdrawal of money from different treasuries. In this, Lalu Yadav was also accused of wrongfully withdrawing money. The CBI accused Lalu Yadav in six of these cases.

The Doranda Treasury case was the biggest among these 66 cases registered by the CBI. In which there is an allegation of wrongful withdrawal of Rs 139 crore. It includes a maximum of 170 accused. Out of which 55 accused have died. The court had found Lalu Yadav guilty after 27 years while delivering the verdict in February this year. The court had sentenced Lalu Yadav to 5 years in this case. Lalu Yadav went to jail seven times.

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The first conviction took place on October 3 2013.

Lalu Yadav has gone to jail seven times in the fodder scam. Lalu Yadav went to prison for the first time on October 3 2013, in the case of illegal withdrawal from Chaibasa Treasury. He was sentenced to a total of five years in this case. But he was in jail for more than three years. A fine of Rs 25 lakh was also imposed on him. In this case, he got bail from the Supreme Court.

The second sentence took place on January 6 2018.

The CBI court had sentenced Lalu Yadav to three and a half years of imprisonment in the Deoghar Treasury case. Lalu Yadav was accused of illegal withdrawal of Rs 89.27 lakh from Deoghar Treasury.

The third sentence took place on January 23 2018.

In the Chaibasa treasury case related to the fodder scam, the CBI court had imposed five years imprisonment and a fine of Rs 10 lakh on Lalu Yadav. He has been accused of illegally withdrawing Rs 33.67 crore from Chaibasa Treasury.

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The fourth sentence took place on March 15 2018.

The CBI court had convicted Lalu Yadav under the PC Act and IPC Act for the illegal withdrawal of Rs 3.13 crore from Dumka Treasury. The CBI court had sentenced Lalu Yadav to various imprisonments of seven years each. The court also imposed a fine of Rs 1 crore on Lalu Yadav.

The fifth sentence took place on February 21 2022.

On February 21 this year, a special CBI court imposed a fine of Rs 60 lakh on Lalu Yadav with five years of imprisonment for making illegal withdrawals from Doranda Treasury.

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Geeta Kumar
Geeta Kumar
Geeta Kumar is Our Digital Media Specialist at Spot News 18. She Manages our Digital Media Account Globally. She loves to be connected on Social Media.

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