Lalu to appeal in high court on October 17
Ranchi: RJD chief Lalu Prasad Yadav,
who was today sentenced to five years rigorous imprisonment and fined Rs
25 lakh by a special CBI court, would appeal in the Jharkhand High Court
on October 17.
"We will appeal against the verdict on October 17," Yadav's counsel
Chitaranjan Prasad Sinha told reporters here.
"We appealed for lesser sentence on the ground that Laluji had done good
work when he was the railway minister," he said.
The counsel said that the RJD president told the court why he had
approached Supreme Court and high court and pleaded innocence.
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