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Clothes IAS Anurag tiwari wore the day of his death go missing

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Clothes that IAS Anurag Tewri was wearing on the day he died have gone missing. While investigating the case of IAS Anurag tewari’s death when CBI asked about his clothes  to the Lucknow they had no answer.

 Anand Shahi, SHO Hazratganj police station said in statement that “When CBI asked about the clothes of Anurag tewari for further investigation, neither the local police nor the forensic team, which was deputed to collect the samples after postmortem examination, preserved the clothes.

The   IAS officer of 2007 batch was found dead in a mysterious condition outside Meerabai Marg state guest house on May 17.

It seems that in the absence of proper instruction the staff posted at the the staff posted at King Geroge’s Medical University mortuary, where the autopsy was conducted, routinely disposed of Anurag’s clothes the next day.

CBI is now claiming that the clothes of Anurag Tewari could have helped in decoding  if Anurag was thrown out of a moving vehicle, attacked in a violent manner or died naturally through the condition of his clothes.

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Fodder scam: Lalu Yadav gets five years jail term in third case

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Ranchi, Jan 24: RJD chief Lalu Prasad Yadav who was convicted in the third fodder scam case, granted five year’s jail term by a special CBI court here on Wednesday.

Former Bihar chief minister Jagannath Mishra also sentenced to five years in the  prison.

Along with the imprisonment, the court imposed fine of Rs 5 lakhs to both leaders.

Special court judge S.S. Prasad announced the judgment in the case, which is related to fraudulent withdrawal of Rs 33.67 crore from Chaibasa treasury in 1992-1993.

The allegation is that Rs 33.67 crore was withdrawn on fake allotment letters. The actual sanction of amount was Rs 7.10 lakh.

In all there are 56 accused, including former Chief Secretary of Jharkhand Sajal Chakraborty. Sajjal was Deputy Commissioner of West Singhbhum district when the alleged fraudulent withdrawal had taken place.

This is the third case in which Lalu Yadav and Jagannth Mishra are accused.

At present, the RJD Chief is in Ranchi’s Birsa Munda Central Jail, as he was awarded a three-and-a-half year sentence on January 6 this year in a fodder scam relating to fraudulent withdrawal from Deoghar treasury.

Lalu Yadav was first convicted in a fodder scam case in 2013 and was sentenced five years’  of jail term.

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Won’t Let Padmaavat Release, says Karni Sena Chief

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Jaipur, Jan 24 : The Supreme Court’s green signal for countrywide screening of “Padmaavat”  notwithstanding, Karni Sena chief Lokendra Singh Kalvi on Wednesday said the Rajput organisation won’t allow the Sanjay Leela Bhansali helmed to be released as it depicts the Rajput queen in less than honourable light.

“We are adamant on our stand that this film should be banned. January 25 may come and go but we won’t let the film release, come what may,” Kalvi stated.

He urged  people for a self-imposed curfew to boycott the movie that “insults the mother, Rani Padmavati”.

On being asked about the violence being perpetrated in the name of banning the movie, Kalvi stated it was “sad”, but held Bhansali responsible for it.

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Padmaavat Row: Protesters block Delhi-Jaipur highway

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New Delhi, Jan 26: Protesters on Wednesday blocked Delhi-Jaipur highway against Padmavaat release. 

In various parts of the country people are agitating against the Sanjay Leela Bhansali directorial.

Meanwhile, Rajasthan’s Chittorgarh Fort has been also closed as a mark of protest.

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