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Bhola Yadav, OSD of Lalu Yadav arrested, CBI takes action in railway job scam

The alleged job rip-off in Railways is expounded to recruitment in Railways between 2004-2009. It’s alleged that Lalu Yadav had taken land from folks as a substitute of giving him a job as Railway Minister at the moment and all this work was taken care of by his OSD, Bhola Yadav. At current, the investigation of the matter is occurring.

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The Central Investigation Company (CBI) on Wednesday arrested former Railway Minister Lalu Prasad Yadav’s then OSD Bhola Yadav for taking land for a job within the Railways. Bhola Yadav was the OSD of Lalu Prasad Yadav from 2004 to 2009.

Based on CBI sources, the position of Bhola Yadav got here to the fore through the investigation. The CBI additionally carried out a search operation at 4 places of Bhola Yadav in Patna and Darbhanga. Yadav will likely be produced in Delhi’s Rouse Avenue Court docket. The CBI is more likely to search his custody for 2 weeks.

In May, the CBI had raided 16 places. Throughout this some paperwork had been recovered from Lalu Prasad and his relations. Based on the knowledge, the CBI had registered a case in opposition to the then Union Railway Minister Lalu Yadav, his spouse Rabri Devi, two daughters and 15 others together with unknown public servants and personal individuals.

Allow us to let you know that the railway job rip-off is expounded to the recruitment within the railways between the yr 2004-2009. It’s alleged that Lalu Yadav had taken land from folks as a substitute of giving him a job as Railway Minister at the moment and all this work was taken care of by his OSD, Bhola Yadav. At current, the investigation of the matter is occurring.


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