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Delhi Court Grants Interim Bail To Rabri Devi, Daughters In Railways Land-for-Job Case; Next Hearing On Feb 28

Special Judge Vishal Gogne provided temporary relief following a plea from the ED, which requested additional time to present arguments on the regular bail application.

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A Delhi court has extended interim bail to former Bihar chief minister Rabri Devi and her daughters, Misa Bharti and Hema Yadav, until February 28 in connection with the Railways land-for-job case.

Special Judge Vishal Gogne provided this temporary relief following a plea from the Enforcement Directorate (ED), which requested additional time to present arguments on the regular bail application.

The accused trio appeared in court in response to the summons issued by the court, acting on the charge sheet filed by the ED.

The case revolves around allegations related to a land-for-job scheme within the Railways.

During the proceedings, the court questioned the ED about the necessity of the accused's custody, highlighting that the investigative agency had not arrested them during its prior inquiry.

As the legal proceedings unfold, the case continues to draw attention, with the next hearing slated for February 28.

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