Suspicious political affair – Dinamani News WAALI | Waali News

Attorney General KK Venugopal has refused to allow a criminal contempt case to be filed in the Supreme Court against 13 prison and police officials accused of licensing suspected politician Anand Mohan, who is serving a life sentence in Bihar , to wander outside the prison.

In the 1994 murder of IAS officer Krishnaiah in Bihar, the lower court sentenced Anand Mohan to death. However, the Bihar High Court reduced him to life imprisonment. The Supreme Court also upheld the life sentence.

Anandmohan who was initially in the Janata Dal later left it and started a separate party. Evan, who held the positions of MP and MP, was incarcerated in Sahaja prison after his conviction.

It is said that Ivar, who was recently summoned to the Magistrate’s Court, was not taken to jail, but was allowed to go to his home, where he held a political meeting. It was reported in the media that Anand Mohan roamed freely outside the prison for around 47 hours. Prajesh Singh, a lawyer, had written a letter to Attorney General KK Venugopal seeking permission to file criminal contempt charges against 13 people, including police and prisoners, in the case.

In response, KK Venugopal said, “The issues outlined in the letter are in no way relevant to criminal contempt of the Supreme Court. Under section 15 of the Contempt of Court Act 1971, the jurisdiction of the Attorney General is limited to cases of criminal contempt of the Supreme Court. In this way, it is not possible to give the consent you have requested”.

It should be noted that in the case of Anand Mohan, six members of the Bihar Police Department have already been fired.