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Fodder Scam Verdict: Lalu Yadav sentenced to 3.5 years Jail and 5 lakh rupees fine

Former Chief Minister of Bihar Lalu Prasad Yadav was found guilty by a special CBI court in Ranchi and was sentenced to 3.5 years of Jail and a fine of 5 lakh rupees. It is the second of five fodder scam cases. It is unclear that the former Chief Minister is going to get a bail or not.

Lalu Prasad Fodder Scam: Quantum of Punishment to be announced today

RJD chief Lalu Prasad Yadav was found guilty in the Fodder Scam, in which he made a fraud of worth 89.27 lakhs between 1990 and 1994 when he was the Chief Minister of the state. The former Chief Minister of Bihar would be convicted today by a special CBI court in Ranchi. Six other people were acquitted in the case which includes Congress leader Jagannath Mishra.




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