IRCTC scam: ED raids several locations including those close to Lalu Yadav’s daughter
IRCTC scam: Days after the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) questioned former Bihar chief ministers – Lalu Yadav and his wife Rabri Devi in a money laundering case related to the jobs for land scam, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Friday raided several locations . These include Lalu Yadav’s daughter Rohini Acharya’s close friend of Patna living in Delhi.
The officials also raided the premises of former RJD MLA Syed Abu Dojana in Phulwari Sharif, Patna.
Earlier on Tuesday, Prasad’s daughter Rohini had alleged that her father was constantly being harassed by central agencies. His remarks came amid the CBI’s questioning of Prasad at his residence in Delhi in connection with the land for job case.
“Papa is constantly being harassed. If anything happens to him, I will not spare anyone. You are harassing my father, it is not right. This will be remembered by all. Time is strong, it has great power.” . It has to be remembered.” she tweeted.
He said, “These people are troubling my father, if they have any problem with their antics, we will shake the chair of Delhi. Now it is going out of tolerance.”
Meanwhile, a team of six CBI officers on Tuesday questioned former Railway Minister Prasad in connection with further probe in the job land scam case. Former Bihar Chief Minister Rabri Devi was questioned for four hours on Monday at her Patna residence. Lalu Prasad was questioned at his daughter Misa Bharti’s premises in Delhi.
CBI has already filed a charge sheet in this case. The special court on March 15 summoned the accused, including Prasad, his family members and others. The agency has kept the probe into the alleged scam open and the fresh round of questioning of members of the Yadav family is in connection with “further investigation” in the matter. Case. The team may also seek some additional documents from Lalu Prasad’s family related to the alleged transfer of land in lieu of appointments to Group D posts in the Railways during 2004-2009.
The CBI alleged in the FIR that some persons hailing from Patna in Bihar were appointed as officiating Group-D posts in various zones of the Railways located in Mumbai, Jabalpur, Kolkata, Jaipur and Hajipur during the period 2004-2009. I went.
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