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Bihar: Lalu’s brother-in-law hastily surrenders himself after bulldozers reach his residence, was accused of land grabbing in CM Nitish’s ‘Janta Darbar’

“Bihar: Lalu’s brother-in-law hastily surrenders himself after bulldozers reach his residence, was accused of land grabbing in CM Nitish’s ‘Janta Darbar’”, Opindia, February 14, 2024:

“Former member of parliament and brother-in-law of Rashtriya Janata Dal chief Lalu Prasad Yadav, Subhash Yadav eventually turned himself in, at the MP-MLA Patna court on 13th February. The development transpired soon after an earth mover machine arrived at his residence situated in Kautilya Nagar’s MLA Colony to take down the building. The matter pertains to Bihta police station. A notice of attachment order was issued against him on 30th January.

The official notification was posted by Bihta Circle Inspector Kamleshwar Prasad Singh along with his team and the police of the airport station. Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) West Diksha who reached the location noted that the court had ordered an attachment seizure concerning the case of land fraud and racketeering but since Subhash Yadav immediately surrendered after receiving the news of bulldozer action, the procedure couldn’t move forward.

She proclaimed, “A case against Subhash Yadav for cheating and extortion has been registered in Bihta police station. He was on the run for a long time. We served notice to him on January 30 and initiated the process of property attachment under the supervision of duty magistrate on Tuesday but the alleged person surrendered in the court…..”

Read the full article at Opindia.com

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