A case of has been filed against Bihar RJD MLA Nawada MLA Rajballabh Yadav of RJD for raping a small girl of Nalanda. On Wednesday, Patna High Court released him on bail.
On Wednesday, The minor girl alleged that, “There is threat to her and her family members lives and sought to know how the accused got bail after the state government promised to stand by them.”
The BJP part expressed that Yadav’s safeguard supplication must not be discharged.
Yadav surrendered under the watchful eye of a Nalanda court in March, in the wake of slipping away after the affirmed wrongdoing.
The Class X understudy, who originates from Bihar Sharif, Nalanda’s area home office, and was supposedly assaulted in Nawada in February, sent a WhatsApp message to the nearby media Wednesday.
She composed, “Abdominal muscle wo to kuch v kar skta h; police v use darti h fir humlog to kuch nahhain… Ab humare aur humare family ko jeene ka koi maksad ni rah gya (He can do anything now; even the police are terrified of him… I and my family have no motivation to experience any more).”
The casualty likewise composed, “… I have as of now passed on after the episode; please help me achieve this message to our main priest. I need to ask the central pastor, ‘what will transpire? In what manner will we live at this point? My vocation is in any case officially over’… ”
“How could he have been able to he get safeguard if the legislature is with us,” the casualty asked the administration in her message to the media.
The minor girl took her Class X exams subsequent to experiencing directing from clinicians and had cleared it in first division.
Going up against the Nitish Kumar government, BJP council party pioneer Sushil Kumar Modi said, “Rajballabh Yadav’s safeguard request demonstrates that the state government did not challenge the safeguard by any stretch of the imagination. The administration thought open memory is short and let Yadav turn out on safeguard.”
Demonstrating that the administration had no part in the improvement, JD(U) representative Neeraj Kumar said, “Getting safeguard is a piece of the legal procedure.”