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CBI court to pronounce sentence for convicts in fodder scam

A special Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) court will pronounce a sentence against twenty-six people, convicted in a fodder scam case involving fraudulent withdrawal of Rupees 7.21 crore from Ranchi treasury in the 1990s.

Ranchi, May 31 : A special Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) court will pronounce a sentence against twenty-six people, convicted in a fodder scam case involving fraudulent withdrawal of Rupees 7.21 crore from Ranchi treasury in the 1990s.

Out of thirty-nine people, Judge J K N Tiwari on Wednesday sentenced 13 convicts to three years rigorous imprisonment and imposed a fine ranging between 45,000 to 65 000 rupees.

The court acquitted three others, including former treasury officer K N Jha who is already serving a jail term after being convicted in five other cases in the multi-crore fodder scam.

The convicted mostly comprised of treasury officials and suppliers.

This is the eighteenth case in the multi-crore fodder scam, in which a conviction has been carried out.

The CBI had filed a total of 60 cases after the 950 crore rupees fodder scam was unearthed in the mid 1990s when the state of Jharkhand was not carved out of Bihar.

A total of 53 cases remained in Ranchi after the division of Bihar, while seven cases were shifted to Patna. A couple of cases were closed on different grounds.

ANI

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