Apart from these two cases, he in an accused in three other cases of the fodder scam estimated to have caused a loss of Rs 900 crore to the exchequer when he was the chief minister of undivided Bihar.
CBI special court judge, however, promised Lalu Prasad Yadav to arrange Dahichura for him inside jail during Makar Sankranti. Yadav is now undergoing 3.5 years imprisonment for corruption in a fodder scam case.
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Reports had claimed that Jalaun district magistrate Mannan Akhtar and sub-divisional magistrate (SDM) Bhairpal Singh had phoned special CBI judge Shivpal Singh and sought leniency in a fodder scam case against Lalu.
Prasad is lodged in Birsa Munda jail after being convicted last month in the second case of the fodder scam linked to illegal withdrawal of money from Deoghar treasury. "The RJD Chief is now lodged in Birsa Munda Central Jail after the special CBI Court of Shiv Pal Singh on January 6 pronounced 3.5 years" jail for him. However, sources said that the hearing will not proceed until Lalu is present in the court. The SDM also said that he had never spoken to the CBI judge. He was also found guilty under the Prevention of Corruption Act.
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There are six cases of fodder scam going against Lalu, 5 in Jharkhand and 1 in Patna.
Earlier, Prasad appeared in the Special CBI Court of Pradeep Kumar in connection with RC47A/96 related fraudulent withdrawal of "139.39 crore from Doranda Treasury where statements of Income Tax Officer Ashok Kumar Pandey was registered in the Court".
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