Lalu Yadav corruption case is reopened by the CBI
Lalu Yadav corruption case is reopened by the CBI

Lalu Prasad Yadav, the leader of the RJD and a former chief minister of Bihar, may now face further charges of corruption, according to the CBI.

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The CBI’s action would undoubtedly spark a political uproar in the state of Bihar after the state’s chief minister, Nitish Kumar, severed ties with the BJP and joined forces with the RJD.

Notably, the CBI began its investigation into Lalu Yadav in 2018 as a result of charges of corruption in the case involving the distribution of railroad projects. Lalu was accused of making these faults while serving as the UPA government’s railway minister.

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The CBI finished its investigation into this matter on May 2021. Then it was disclosed in the reports that the CBI had not discovered any conclusive proof of Lalu’s accusations. In this case, in addition to Lalu, Tejashwi Yadav, the deputy chief minister of Bihar, and Chanda Yadav, his daughter, were the subjects of an inquiry.

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