He was also convicted for The Jharkhand High Court, on Friday, extended the provisional bail of former Bihar Chief Minister Lalu Prasad Yadav to six more weeks. The bail was extended on medical grounds. Yadav, who was convicted on charges of illegal withdrawal of money from various treasuries, is presently undergoing treatment at a Mumbai hospital. Yadav's lawyer informed that he was advised to rest for three months, by a concerned doctor.
“We had already gotten a provisional bail for one week and now the court has extended it for six more weeks. We’ll apply for a further extension if required," he told ANI.
April this year, the High Court had enquired about Yadav's health after he requested for a bail of three months on health ground. That month itself, he was transferred to Ranchi Medical College from AIIMS Delhi.
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