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Tejashwi Yadav Will get New CBI Date In Land-For-Jobs Case

The CBI assured the courtroom that Tejashwi Yadav will not be arrested this month.


After skipping the summons in a corruption case thrice, Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Tejashwi Yadav in the present day agreed to look earlier than the CBI on March 25 because the central investigating company assured it will not arrest him this month.

Tejshwi Yadav’s lawyer instructed the courtroom that the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) chief will be a part of the CBI investigation at its headquarters in Delhi on March 25 – after noting the central company’s submissions that “at this level of time, there isn’t a endeavour to arrest him”

Mr Yadav had moved the Delhi Excessive Court docket yesterday difficult the CBI’s choice to summon him to its workplace in Delhi and never query him in Bihar.

In his plea, Mr Yadav sought quashing of summons, saying he had requested the investigating officer to permit him a while as the present Bihar Meeting session will conclude on April 5.

Tejashwi Yadav’s Delhi home was searched by the CBI earlier this week. The ED additionally searched properties linked to his sister Ragini Yadav and others.

Mr Yadav and a few of his members of the family, together with dad and mom Lalu Yadav and Rabri Devi, are being investigated in what is called the Bihar land-for-jobs rip-off.

They’re accused of shopping for land dirt-cheap in trade for jobs throughout his stint as Union Railway Minister from 2004 to 2009.

The CBI has alleged in its cost sheet that “irregular appointments” had been made within the Railways in violation of guidelines. As a quid professional quo, it alleges, those that received jobs bought land to the Yadavs at extremely discounted charges.

The present market worth of land allegedly acquired in trade for jobs by Lalu Yadav’s household is roughly Rs 200 crore, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) has stated in a press release.

The Enforcement Directorate has listed belongings that it alleges Mr Yadav’s household acquired after searches at 24 places in Delhi, Patna, Mumbai and Ranchi.

The central company says it discovered unaccounted Rs 1 crore money, overseas forex of $1,900, 540 gram gold bullion, over 1.5 kg of gold jewelry value Rs 1.25 crore and property paperwork within the title of Mr Yadav’s members of the family.

Rafael Gomes de Azevedo
Rafael Gomes de Azevedo
He started his career as a columnist, contributing to the staff of a local blog. His articles with amusing views on everyday situations in the news soon became one of the main features of the current editions of the blog. For the divergences of thought about which direction the blog would follow. He left and founded three other great journalistic blogs,, and With a certain passion for writing, holder of a versatile talent, in addition to coordinating, directing, he writes fantastic scripts quickly, he likes to say that he writes for a select group of enthusiasts in love with serious and true writing.


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