Mohammad Shahabuddin acquitted in triple murder case

Mohammad Shahabuddin

New Delhi, April 17: Mohammad Shahabuddin, former Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) MP from Siwan, has been acquitted by a Jamdhedpur court in 25-year-old triple murder case .

On February 2, 1989, the case pertains to the murders of Anand Rao, Janardan Choubey and Pradeep Mishra.

He is currently lodged in Delhi’s high security Tihar Jail, is accused in a triple murder case along with seven others namely Dasrath Singh, Rama Singh, Birender Singh, Saheb Singh, Kallu Singh, Sushil Singh and Paras Singh against. Out of the eight accused, Dasrath, Saheb and Birender died during the trial in the case.

Chandrakeshwar Prasad and Asha Ranjan filed the plea, whose three sons were killed in two separate incidents and the wife of journalist Rajdeo Ranjan who was murdered in Siwan respectively.

Wefornews Bureau

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