The legal nocturnal dice was overturned in Bell’s citation. Once again Lalu Yadav’s bail plea was rejected. In the Dumka Treasury case, it was not proved that half of Laluji’s decoration was complete. There is no lack of seven days in seven months.
- Last Updated:February 20, 2021, 1:45 PM IST
Lalooji is surrounded by elephants and two people
The chief asks Janakishore, how long is it? Radhamohan said, Laluji was the first victim in the fodder scam case in jail on July 30, 1997. On December 12, 1997, the first Bells were found after 137 days in jail. After another, Laluji went to the second plum prison on 28 October 1998. In this case, Laluji was released from jail on 9 January 1999 after Bel Milala. Oh Ghari Laluji staying in Patna’s Beur Jail. When Laluji Beur came out of prison, he reached his home in the hands of the elephant. Elephants were offering lots of slogans in the procession of Baithal Laluji. His pro-road pandemonium jumps in joy. Rabri Devi was in power. The administration and administration are unaware of everything. It is said that Laluji would like to see the strength of his anti-people in the pretext of this procession. He wants to know that he continues to gain popularity after the prison of prison. On the next day, the photo of Laluji’s elephant in the Times of India was also printed.
Delhi also wants to live by elephantsRadhamohan ago and tell the incident. After Laluji got out of jail, elephants marched in procession and there was a lot of discussion about Niklala. After about a week after this incident, Lalu ji went to Delhi. On 25 January 1999, Lalu ji reached Delhi. Laluji is a supporter of his people saying that the people in the airport are elephants. We climbed the elephant, Delhi ib. But the Delhi government does not approve the procession of the RJD leaders. The proposal was rejected by citing traffic disturbance. Oh, there is a lot of news in English India Today, RJD chief Lalu Yadav is not allowed to ride elephant in Delhi. People kept saying that Lalu Yadav could be the king of Bihar, but he could only run in Delhi as per the rules.
When Laluji Kille jokes for the sake of eating cashew in the plane
Speaking of Radhamohan, Revati Raman said, the color of Laluji’s politics is unique. Whether he wants jail, whether he is Niklas or not, he should use his right for the situation. In 2002, when Ranchi went to the court for the appearance in Laluji Special Court, he was accompanied by a convoy of countless cars. Laluji wanted to be in discussion with Kavno Bidhi. In August 2018, when he was surrendered in the High Court of Ranchi, his face would not be wrinkled. Even in this Muslim time, he started laughing and joking. Lalu ji going to Ranchi by airplane. He was accompanied by journalists. Laluji gave interviews one after the other. Bolat-Bolat Laluji Thak Guile Rahn. He wanted to stay calm for some time that the fan ago reached for the interview. Then Laluji’s joke was thoughtful. Laluji says to air hostess, sister! Look sister, people are not letting us eat cashew nuts. We are traveling with such an expensive ticket and all the cashew is left. Everyone laughed after so much Sunla. After Surrender Kila, Laluji’s jail was woken up, but then he kept thinking about laughing and laughing.
Advocate Revathi Raman said, Laluji should keep talking to Judge Sabeh with a laugh. In January 2018, the hearing of Laluji’s case (Deoghar Treasury) was going on in the court of Justice Shivpal Singh. Laluji said to Judge Saheb, Huzoor is thinking about me with his cold mind. At least think of Sajve Deve. Then Judge Saheb said, your well wishers are calling from far and wide. I tell them that I too do not know what decision will come in the case. Then Laluji said, I have also taken a law degree. There is registration both in Patna High Court and Supreme Court. Judge Saheb should say this, you should show the degree. Laluji used to surprise people with laughter and fun even in Moskil time. It kept on saying that Bidhaik ji went there. After seeing Bidhaik ji, three people felt silent. (Author Ashok Kumar Sharma is a senior columnist.)