Lalu Yadav’s Son Not Involved In Journalist’s Murder: CBI To Supreme Court
Lalu Yadav’s Son Rajdev Ranjan, who worked with a vernacular every day, was killed in Bihar’s Siwan in May a year ago. Tej Pratap Yadav, who was the state’s wellbeing pastor at the time, got named for the situation after a photo surfaced that indicated him with kill denounced Mohammad Kaif and Mohammad Javed.
NEW DELHI: Bihar pioneer Tej Pratap Yadav – the child of veteran pioneer and previous boss priest Lalu Yadav – has gotten a perfect chit from the Central Bureau of Investigation for a situation including the murder of a columnist. The writer, Rajdev Ranjan, who worked with a vernacular every day, was killed in Siwan in May a year ago. Tej Pratap Yadav, who was the state’s wellbeing priest at the time, got connected to the case after a photo surfaced that indicated him with kill denounced Mohammad Kaif and Mohammad Javed.
The best court requested the CBI to explore the issue after the columnist’s better half moved toward it, asking that the case be exchanged to Delhi Influential individuals gave off an impression of being included and she dreaded for her family’s security, she had told the court.
The court likewise sent a notice to Tej Pratap Yadav, asking that he clarify the photo.
Today, the organization told the best court that there was no criminal demonstration by Tej Pratap Yadav and the photo was taken before the murder.
In different photos, the two affirmed executioners were additionally found in organization of Mohammad Shahabuddin, Bihar strongman and government official, who has been named in the chargesheet and is presently in prison.
The court discarded the case, saying if Asha Devi finds any proof of criminal act against Tej Pratap Yadav, she can approach the High Court.
Tej Pratap Yadav had rubbished affirmations of connections with Mohammad Kaif, calling it a BJP trick. “They (the BJP) bring some photo from some place and make some false assertions. How might I know who is a shooter from the 1,000 individuals who click photographs with me?” Mr Yadav had said.
(This Story Originating From NDTV)