Patna: Nitish Kumar government will grant bail to Former RJD MP Mohammad Shahabuddin in the Supreme Court. The officials said on Wednesday.
"The state government has decided to appeal against the Patna High Court bail to Shahabuddin in the apex court," an official said.
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A decision Janata Dal-United (JD-U) pioneer near Nitish Kumar said the choice was taken in the wake of challenges by restriction over the arrival of Shahabuddin.
He likewise scattered discussion of the legislature having been "delicate on Shahabuddin, who was discharged from prison following 11 years.
"It isn't right and ridiculous to say that the state government was delicate on Shahabuddin. His discharge is a piece of a legal procedure, governmental issues has nothing to do with it," Shahabuddin said.
Shahabuddin, who was discharged from on safeguard four days back regarding the homicide of an observer in the killing of two siblings in Siwan, said on Tuesday that whatever activity the Bihar government needs to take, including summoning the Crime Control Act (CCA) against him, he will live in his own style.
"Sarkar agar CCA lagana chahti hai to lagaye, lekin mai apne tarike se jeeta hun
(On the off chance that administration needs to conjure CCA against me, it can however I will live according to my style)," Shahabuddin told the media while meeting his supporters.
The restriction BJP has requested that CCA be slapped against the previous Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) MP.