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CBI raids Tejashwi’s mother Rabri’s house after letter to PM

News ECG: There is a claim that positions in Group D of the railways were given in return for land. Rabri Devi responding to a CBI inquiry over the IRCTC corruption issue. On Monday, central investigators questioned the former chief minister of Bihar.

A 12-person CBI team paid a visit to Lalu Prasad Yadav’s wife Rabri Devi’s home in Patna. Tejashwi Yadav, Lalu’s son and the deputy chief minister of Bihar, was present with his mother. Tejashwi’s brother Tej Pratap and the Minister for the Environment and Forests of Bihar were also present.

When the CBI team arrived at Lalu-apartment Rabri’s on Monday, security had been stepped up. In front of the residence, a sizable police presence was there.

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From 2004 to 2009, Lalu Prasad Yadav served as the first Congress-led UPA’s Minister of Railways. Several young people from Bihar are said to have been hired into the Group D of the Railways during this time in exchange for land. The event involved former Chief Minister Rabri Devi and Lalu’s wife.

Misa and Hema, two of Lalu-daughters, Rabri’s were also charged in this case. In July of last year, the CBI detained Bhola Yadav as a result of the inquiry. When Lalu Prasad was the Railway Minister, he served as an OSD (Officer on Special Duty).

On October 10 of last year, the CBI turned in the case’s chargesheet. There are a total of 16 accusers listed on the charging sheet. A criminal plot was alleged against each. According to CBI sources, Lalu, his wife Rabri Devi, their daughter Misa, Central Railway General Manager Soumya Raghavan, and former CPO Kamal Deep Mainrai are all included in the FIR in this case.

On the other side, Delhi’s Rouse Avenue court issued a summons to Lalu Prasad and his wife Rabri Devi on February 27 of this year. There have been 14 other summonses in addition to these two. All of the defendants were ordered to appear before the 15th of the following month by Judge Gitanjali Goyal.

The court has, however, ruled that the defendants who have received bail cannot be apprehended. The centrally-dominant BJP party is using the CBI for political ends.

Nine opposition figures from across the nation, including Mamata Banerjee, the chief minister of Bengal, wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday on this. Tejashwi Yadav, the RJD’s leader and deputy chief minister of Bihar, was on that list. CBI visited Rabri Devi’s house the day after this letter was issued. which led to the beginning of Bihar’s political unrest.

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