SC notice to Lalu's son for allegedly sheltering accused

The Supreme on Friday sought a response from Health Minister Tej Pratap Yadav and criminal-turned-politician Mohamed as to why an FIR cannot be filed against them for allegedly sheltering an accused in journalist Rajdev Ranjan's murder.

Justice Dipak Misra and Justice C. Nagappan sought a response from Yadav - son of RJD leader - on a petition by Asha Ranjan, the widow of the late journalist. She sought a FIR against the two men.

While asking the Police to provide protection to Asha Ranjan and her family, the bench asked the CBI - which is probing the case - to file a status report on its investigation on October 17.

On a plea by Asha Ranjan seeking the transfer of the trial from to Delhi, the bench issued notice to the government seeking its response.

Asha Ranjan has also sought compensation from the state government.

Rajdev Ranjan was killed by people allegedly close to Shahabuddin.

--IANS

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SC notice to Lalu's son for allegedly sheltering accused

IANS  |  New Delhi 

The Supreme on Friday sought a response from Health Minister Tej Pratap Yadav and criminal-turned-politician Mohamed as to why an FIR cannot be filed against them for allegedly sheltering an accused in journalist Rajdev Ranjan's murder.

Justice Dipak Misra and Justice C. Nagappan sought a response from Yadav - son of RJD leader - on a petition by Asha Ranjan, the widow of the late journalist. She sought a FIR against the two men.

While asking the Police to provide protection to Asha Ranjan and her family, the bench asked the CBI - which is probing the case - to file a status report on its investigation on October 17.

On a plea by Asha Ranjan seeking the transfer of the trial from to Delhi, the bench issued notice to the government seeking its response.

Asha Ranjan has also sought compensation from the state government.

Rajdev Ranjan was killed by people allegedly close to Shahabuddin.

--IANS

pk/mr

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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SC notice to Lalu's son for allegedly sheltering accused

The Supreme Court on Friday sought a response from Bihar Health Minister Tej Pratap Yadav and criminal-turned-politician Mohamed Shahabuddin as to why an FIR cannot be filed against them for allegedly sheltering an accused in journalist Rajdev Ranjan's murder.

The Supreme on Friday sought a response from Health Minister Tej Pratap Yadav and criminal-turned-politician Mohamed as to why an FIR cannot be filed against them for allegedly sheltering an accused in journalist Rajdev Ranjan's murder.

Justice Dipak Misra and Justice C. Nagappan sought a response from Yadav - son of RJD leader - on a petition by Asha Ranjan, the widow of the late journalist. She sought a FIR against the two men.

While asking the Police to provide protection to Asha Ranjan and her family, the bench asked the CBI - which is probing the case - to file a status report on its investigation on October 17.

On a plea by Asha Ranjan seeking the transfer of the trial from to Delhi, the bench issued notice to the government seeking its response.

Asha Ranjan has also sought compensation from the state government.

Rajdev Ranjan was killed by people allegedly close to Shahabuddin.

--IANS

pk/mr

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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