Lalu Prasad gets court's nod to travel to Singapore for medical treatment
A special CBI court in Ranchi on 16 September had allowed Prasad's plea seeking release of his passport
New Delhi: A Delhi court on Wednesday allowed RJD chief Lalu Prasad’s plea for travelling to Singapore for medical treatment.
Special Judge (CBI) Geetanjali Goel allowed Prasad to travel abroad from 10 to 25 October.
A special CBI court in Ranchi on 16 September had allowed Prasad’s plea seeking release of his passport.
At present, Prasad is on bail in the IRCTC scam case filed by the CBI. A court granted him bail in the case in January 2019.
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