Prabhunath Singh: While a meeting of ‘INDIA’ alliance is going on in Mumbai, a bad news has come out for Bihar’s ruling party RJD, which was also participating in the meeting. The Supreme Court has sentenced RJD (Rashtriya Janata Dal) senior leader and former MP Prabhunath Singh to life imprisonment. He has been given this punishment after being convicted in a murder case.
Prabhunath Singh is already in jail
In this case, he was getting relief from the lower court to the Bihar High Court. But, the Supreme Court has found him guilty in the murder case. Bahubali leader Prabhunath Singh is currently in jail. He is serving his sentence in the murder case of then MLA Ashok Singh. Meanwhile, he has been convicted and sentenced in another case.
Whose murder cases were held guilty?
Actually, Prabhunath Singh was accused of getting two people killed in Chhapra district only because both of them did not vote in the elections as per his instructions. Prabhunath Singh was accused of murdering Rajendra Rai (47) and Daroga Rai (18), residents of Masrakh, Chapra. It is said that both of them had voted against the candidate supported by Prabhunath Singh.
SC found sufficient evidence against Prabhunath
In 2008, Prabhunath Singh was acquitted in this case due to lack of evidence. After which in 2012 the case reached Patna High Court, where the court accepted the decision of the lower court as correct. After this, the family members of Rajendra Rai approached the Supreme Court regarding the matter.
The hearing on this matter went on for a long time in the Supreme Court. In the end, a bench of three judges found Prabhunath Singh guilty in this case and sentenced him to life imprisonment. During this, the court admitted that Prabhunath Singh had got both of them murdered. The court also found sufficient evidence against Prabhunath Singh on murder charges.
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