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Shahabuddin found guilty in Chotelal Gupta abduction case

A special court in Siwan today held Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) MP Mohammad Shahabuddin guilty in the abduction and suspected murder case of CPI-ML (Liberation) worker Chotelal Gupta, eight years ago.

Patna, May 5 : A special court in Siwan today held Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) MP Mohammad Shahabuddin guilty in the abduction and suspected murder case of CPI-ML (Liberation) worker Chotelal Gupta, eight years ago.

Shahabuddin was found guilty under Section 364 (kidnapping or abducting in order to murder) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).

The court will announce the quantum of sentence on May 8.

The Siwan MP has already given a two-year jail term in connection with another criminal case relating to an attack on the local office of CPI (ML). It was for the first time that Shahabuddin, facing nearly 40 criminal cases, faced conviction. Shahabuddin had attacked and ransacked the office, inflicting injuries on the people present there in 1998. CPI (ML) leader Keshav Baitha had registered the case at the Muffasil Police Station the same year.

The MP has been convicted in connection with the Khurwabad case in which he and his armed supporters were alleged to have exploded bombs at the party office and assaulted the CPI-ML secretary Baitha.

The MP is facing other criminal cases related to murder, abduction, violation of the Foreign Exchange Act, the Arms Act, power theft, and Wildlife Violation Act.

ANI

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