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Shahabuddin gets bail in arms case

Anand Mohan Sahai in Patna | January 05, 2007 14:21 IST

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The Patna high court on Friday granted bail to controversial Rashtriya Janata Dal member of Parliament Mohammed Shahabuddin in a violation of the Arms Act case.

In a major relief to Shahabuddin, the court has granted bail to Shahabuddin in the Arms Act after hearing the bail application filed by him, court officials told rediff.com on Friday.

Shahabuddin is currently lodged in Siwan jail after he was shifted from New Delhi-based AIIMS following his successful surgery in November 2005.

Earlier the court had rejected his bail application in the same case.

A case under the Arms Act was registered on the basis of the confessional statement of an associate, Jamaluddin, who was arrested with illegal firearms during a raid on the MP's house at Pratappur on April 24, 2005.

Jamaluddin had confessed to keeping in safe custody the firearms of foreign make, which allegedly belonged to Shahabuddin.

Shahabuddin is involved in over 40 criminal cases, including murder, abduction and possession of illegal arms.





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Sub: Better side of Shahabuddin

Very few people outside Siwan know that Shahabuddin is an extremely popular and has a huamne face at Siwan. Because of him Siwan town roads ...


Posted by A Anand





Sub: Now

it is time to elect him as the chief minister or vp of India. It is what those fellows in Bihar want.


Posted by vijaya kumar





Sub: Criminals rule the state

Is there is a limit to the number of criminals occupying high profiled office? It is a national shame to see so many of them ...


Posted by R.Vijay




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