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Latest News on Chandrashekhar Verma
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Nov 20, 2018
Muzaffarpur shelter home case: Manju Verma surrenders, sent to 14-day judicial custody; ex-minister was absconding for weeksManju Verma, who has links to the Muzaffarpur shelter home rape case, had been absconding for weeks, and the Supreme Court criticised the Bihar Police repeatedly for failing to trace her.
Nov 15, 2018
Muzaffarpur shelter home case: JD(U) suspends former Bihar minister Manju Verma from party two days after SC rapManju Verma has been absconding since a non-bailable warrant was issued against her in connection with an Arms Act case.
Nov 12, 2018
'Fantastic! A cabinet minister is on the run': SC judge hearing Muzaffarpur case tears into Bihar Police for not arresting Manju VermaThe CBI had found 50 live cartridges at Manju Verma's home in Bihar's Begusarai during a raid conducted in connection with the Muzaffarpur shelter homes rape case.
Oct 30, 2018
Supreme Court orders transfer of Brajesh Thakur, main accused in Muzaffarpur shelter homes case, out of Bihar to Patiala jailOn 25 October, the Supreme Court had noted that it may not be appropriate to keep Brajesh Thakur in Bihar jail amid the Muzaffarpur investigation because of his influential status in the state.
Oct 29, 2018
Muzaffarpur shelter home rapes: Ex-Bihar minister Manju Verma's husband surrenders; 50 live cartridges recoveredOn 25 October, during a hearing in the Muzaffarpur case, the Supreme Court asked the Bihar government and CBI to file a response on why Chandrashekhar Verma had not been arrested yet.
Aug 26, 2018
Bihar court rejects bail plea of ex-minister Manju Verma, husband Chandrashekhar in Arms Act caseTwo courts in Bihar's Begusarai has rejected the anticipatory bail of Manju Verma and her spouse Chandrashekhar in an Arms Act case against them
Jul 29, 2018
Congress calls for SC-monitored CBI probe into Muzaffarpur rapes; demands FIR against 14 shelter homes named in TISS reportCongress leader Shaktisinh Gohil claimed that action had been taken only against one home shelter in Muzaffarpur, while the outrageous crime committed in remaining 14 have been conveniently ignored