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HC grants bail to suspended JD(U) MLC's son in road rage death

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The High today granted bail to Rocky Yadav, the son of a suspended JD(U) MLC, in a case of killing a youth in Gaya over road rage.

Chief iustice Iqbal A Ansari granted bail to Rocky Yadav in the case in which Aditya Sachdeva, son of a Gaya businessman, was shot dead in May this year.



Rocky Yadav is son of suspended JD-U MLC Manorma Devi and a historysheeter Bindi Yadav.

Rocky's lawyer Y V Giri argued that there is no direct evidence of his client's involvement in the incident.

Opposing the bail plea, government advocate Sinha told the that Rocky Yadav was the main accused in the case.

After hearing arguments the granted bail to Rocky Yadav.

Rocky is accused of shooting class XI student Aditya Sachdeva on May 7 following an altercation over overtaking. His parents, who were accused of sheltering him, were recently enlarged on bail.

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

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HC grants bail to suspended JD(U) MLC's son in road rage death

The Patna High Court today granted bail to Rocky Yadav, the son of a suspended JD(U) MLC, in a case of killing a youth in Gaya over road rage. Chief iustice Iqbal A Ansari granted bail to Rocky Yadav in the case in which Aditya Sachdeva, son of a Gaya businessman, was shot dead in May this year. Rocky Yadav is son of suspended JD-U MLC Manorma Devi and a historysheeter Bindi Yadav. Rocky's lawyer Y V Giri argued that there is no direct evidence of his client's involvement in the incident. Opposing the bail plea, government advocate Dilip Kumar Sinha told the court that Rocky Yadav was the main accused in the case. After hearing arguments the court granted bail to Rocky Yadav. Rocky is accused of shooting class XI student Aditya Sachdeva on May 7 following an altercation over overtaking. His parents, who were accused of sheltering him, were recently enlarged on bail. The High today granted bail to Rocky Yadav, the son of a suspended JD(U) MLC, in a case of killing a youth in Gaya over road rage.

Chief iustice Iqbal A Ansari granted bail to Rocky Yadav in the case in which Aditya Sachdeva, son of a Gaya businessman, was shot dead in May this year.

Rocky Yadav is son of suspended JD-U MLC Manorma Devi and a historysheeter Bindi Yadav.

Rocky's lawyer Y V Giri argued that there is no direct evidence of his client's involvement in the incident.

Opposing the bail plea, government advocate Sinha told the that Rocky Yadav was the main accused in the case.

After hearing arguments the granted bail to Rocky Yadav.

Rocky is accused of shooting class XI student Aditya Sachdeva on May 7 following an altercation over overtaking. His parents, who were accused of sheltering him, were recently enlarged on bail.

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

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HC grants bail to suspended JD(U) MLC's son in road rage death

The High today granted bail to Rocky Yadav, the son of a suspended JD(U) MLC, in a case of killing a youth in Gaya over road rage.

Chief iustice Iqbal A Ansari granted bail to Rocky Yadav in the case in which Aditya Sachdeva, son of a Gaya businessman, was shot dead in May this year.

Rocky Yadav is son of suspended JD-U MLC Manorma Devi and a historysheeter Bindi Yadav.

Rocky's lawyer Y V Giri argued that there is no direct evidence of his client's involvement in the incident.

Opposing the bail plea, government advocate Sinha told the that Rocky Yadav was the main accused in the case.

After hearing arguments the granted bail to Rocky Yadav.

Rocky is accused of shooting class XI student Aditya Sachdeva on May 7 following an altercation over overtaking. His parents, who were accused of sheltering him, were recently enlarged on bail.

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

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