Fodder scam: Lalu jailed for five years, fined Rs 60 lakh

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Former Chief Minister Lalu Prasad Yadav has been sentenced to five years in the biggest fodder scam Doranda Treasury case. Along with this, a fine of 60 lakhs has also been imposed on him.

The court of Special CBI Judge SK Shashi has announced the punishment in the biggest fodder scam Doranda treasury case. RJD supremo and former chief minister Lalu Prasad Yadav has been sentenced to five years in this case. Along with this, a fine of 60 lakhs has also been imposed on him. The sentencing of the other convicts was awaited till the news was reported.

It is to be known that during the hearing in the first shift, the advocate of the former Chief Minister had appealed to the court that he should be given the least punishment. The advocate told the court that Lalu Yadav’s health is not good. He is suffering from many diseases. So they should be given minimum punishment. On the other hand, the counsel for the CBI said in the court that it is natural that the trial of the case would be prolonged. This is a scam, the society wants to see what is the punishment for those who do such scams. In this case, there should be maximum punishment. The process of sentencing the other 37 convicts was going on.

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