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Thursday, September 15, 2016

Bihar government likely to challenge Shahabuddin's bail in SC

CCA FOR 9 MONTHS ONLY
The state government which is facing flak for not invoking Crime Control Act on the dreaded gangster, however, expressed its helplessness in doing so citing a Patna High Court verdict.
Bihar Minister Lallan Singh said that according to a Patna High Court order dated 26 Aug, 2014 in 'Kaushal Mahto vs Bihar Govt case,' The Court had said that CCA could be imposed only in cases that are only nine months old and not more."How can we impose CCA on Shahabuddin when he was in jail for last 11 years and Rajiv Roshan murder is more than 9 months old in which Shahabuddin has got bail", said Lallan Singh.

VICTIMS' FAMILIES FILING FOR SHAHABUDDIN'S BAIL CANCELLATION
On the other hand, Chandrakeshwar Prasad, father of three sons who were killed by Shahabuddin will be moving Supreme Court on Thursday and will be filing a petition for cancellation of Shahabuddin's bail.

Asha Devi, wife of journalist Rajdev Ranjan has also moved the Apex Court on Wednesday for a SC monitored probe in her husband's killing.

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