TACTICS OF GRAND ALLIANCE ( JDU, RJD AND CONGRESS ) : ANTI MODI, ANTI BJP PROPAGANDA AND CASTE POLITICS :
Sub : TACTICS OF GRAND ALLIANCE ( JDU, RJD AND CONGRESS ) : ANTI MODI, ANTI BJP PROPAGANDA AND CASTE POLITICS :
Ref : BIHAR ELECTIONS : -1. Grand Alliance : Alliance of Opportunists 2. BJP alliance with Nitin manji and Ram vilas paswan, back-fired, as BJP had no support from its partners, and their contribution is very low.
1. Sri Nitish kumar of JDU, joining with arch rival Lalu of RJD, and first enemy Congress and making grand alliance prove a great mistake and liability to his political career.
2. Once the alliance partner of BJP, leaving it, and becomes a rival to Modi, also a mistake of Nitish kumar.
3. Following parts are self explanatory about this grand alliance of ASURA-S ( DEMONS ).
Respected family members of this great holy Nation.
I wonder this people of Bihar how judge a party, and a candidate for their vote!!!
Setback for Lalu Yadav as SC issues notice in fodder scam case :
Last Updated: Monday, August 17, 2015 - 15:39 Print media
New Delhi: In a setback for RJD chief Lalu Prasad Yadav, the Supreme Court on Monday issued a notice to him in response to a petition filed by the CBI against dropping of certain charges in one of the FIRs by Jharkhand High Court in fodder scam case against the politician.
Nearly eight months back, the Jharkhand High Court had dropped the conspiracy charge against the RJD chief, who has been convicted in the fodder scam case.
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) had filed an appeal before the Supreme Court against the high court order.
Granting partial relief to Yadav, the Jharkhand High Court had on November 14 last year dropped the conspiracy charge against him in a case related to the fodder scam on the ground that a person cannot be tried twice for the same offence.
The court, however, ruled that proceedings in two other sections of IPC would continue against the former Bihar chief minister.
The timing of the SC notice is crucial as the state is slated to go to polls later this year and the case is expected to have implications for Yadav, who is trying to make a political comeback.
Filing the petition earlier, CBI had sought the court to set aside the high court order.
The probe agency said Yadav had argued before the high court that he, having already been convicted for criminal conspiracy in a case, could not be prosecuted for second time.
However, the agency argued that the cases are different as the transaction amounts as well as the period of offence are different.
The high court had dropped the charges related to IPC 120, 120B, 409, 420, 471, 477, 477A (sections related to criminal conspiracy, forgery and cheating) and 13 (2) under Prevention of Corruption Act against the RJD chief.
The court, however, said proceedings against Yadav will be continued under IPC sections 201 (causing disappearance of evidence of an offence committed or giving false information) and 511 (attempting to commit offences punishable with imprisonment for life or imprisonment, and in such attempt doing any act towards the commission of the offence).
The charges are in connection with RC 64A/96 pertaining to fraudulent withdrawal of Rs 96 lakh during the chief ministerial tenure of the RJD chief.
Yadav moved the Jharkhand high court for relief after he was found guilty by the CBI court on September 30 last year in the RC20A/96 fodder scam case pertaining to fraudulent withdrawal of Rs 37.7 crore from Chaibasa Treasury.
India corruption: Laloo Prasad Yadav jailed for five years
BBC NEWS-3 October 2013
Former Indian railways minister Laloo Prasad Yadav has been sentenced to five years in prison in a notorious case known as the "fodder scam".
He was jailed on Monday after being found guilty of embezzling state funds intended to buy food for cattle while he was Bihar state chief minister.
He has always denied the allegations. His family has said he will appeal.
The sentencing is seen as a landmark step in tackling corruption in India where it is a major national issue.
Yadav now becomes one of the first politicians to lose his parliamentary seat after a recent Supreme Court ruling which bans convicted legislators from holding office.
On Wednesday, the government withdrew a controversial order which would have overturned the Supreme Court ruling and allowed convicted MPs to run for elections while appeals were pending.
Delivering its judgement on Thursday, the special court in Ranchi in the eastern state of Jharkhand also ordered Yadav to pay a fine of 2.5m rupees ($40,481; £24,938).
Arvind Singh, joint secretary of the bar association in Ranchi, said Yadav would serve five years of "rigorous imprisonment".
He is among 45 people, including senior bureaucrats and politicians, who have been convicted by the court.
The scandal involved embezzlement of 9.5bn rupees ($151m; £94m) meant for buying cattle fodder.
The case first came to light in 1996, a measure of how long it can take for justice to be delivered in India.
Another former Bihar chief minister, Jagannath Mishra, was also convicted on Monday and has been sentenced to four years in jail.
There were a total of 56 defendants in the case. During the trial, seven of them died, two decided to give evidence for the prosecution, one admitted to the crime and one was discharged.
Laloo Yadav is one of India's most colourful politicians. He leads the Rashtriya Janata Dal party in Bihar and has long been an ally of India's Congress party-led coalition government in Delhi.
He resigned as chief minister of Bihar after the allegations of corruption arose. His wife Rabri Devi was installed in his place.
Yadav's Rashtriya Janata Dal party lost power in state elections in 2005.
Correspondents say the government has been beset by several high-profile corruption cases in recent years and public anger against politicians and officials seen as corrupt is at unprecedented levels.
The Delhi-based election watchdog, the Association for Democratic Reforms, says that there are 1,460 serving lawmakers facing criminal charges.
In the 543-seat lower house of parliament alone, more than 150 MPs are said to be facing criminal charges.
The Supreme Court has recently been trying weigh in on the issue.
Last week, the court gave voters the right to reject all candidates in elections - the judges said that such a move would help cleanse the political system in the country.
1. This grand alliance soon break, because -
2. Lalu has more seats than Nitish,
3. Congress will not speak , as has very few seats, and positioned below as third weak partner.
4. Lalu though agree Nitish as CM of BIHAR,
5. He has his agenda 1. Deputy CM Post, 2. Minister post to his sons and family members and relatives. and, 3. Ministerial posts to his caste MLAs.
6. Lalu declared at press conference that grand alliance goal is to dismantle Modi Government at the centre.
7. So dear members imagine what will be the fate of Bihar people !!!
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