Ranchi: Former Bihar Chief Minister and RJD boss Lalu Prasad Yadav, who anticipates condemning in the grub trick case, had grumbled of gnawing chilly in a Ranchi imprison where he is at present held up.
The RJD boss, who was available under the watchful eye of the CBI exceptional court regarding the grub trick case yesterday, told the judge that he had ''done no wrong'' and that he thought that it was "extremely frosty" in jail.
As per an attorney who was available in the court, Lalu Yadav told the judge, "Sir, imprison me thanda bahut lagta hai. (It is exceptionally frosty in the jail.)"
The RJD pioneer included there were different issues as well. "I am not permitted to meet individuals, he said."
To which the judge answered, ''I don't tune in to anybody. Your well-wishers have been canceling from far spots."
The judge at that point offered that video-conferencing can happen if the RJD pioneer had an issue going to the court.
Lalu Prasad at that point stated, ''No Sir, I have no issue, I will come to court."
Lalu Prasad's condemning is normal today.
A Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) court on December 23 sentenced the Rashtriya Janata Dal boss and 15 others for a situation identifying with the multi-million-rupee grain trick.
As indicated by legal counselors, Lalu Prasad can be granted three to seven years of discipline. On the off chance that he gets three years imprison term, he would get safeguard not long after in the wake of condemning.
Lalu Prasad is right now held up at the Birsa Munda Central Jail in Ranchi.
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