Manorma Devi applies for bail, Tejaswi Yadav asks her to surrender: Latest developments


It's been more than 60 hours that Janata Dal (United) MLC Manorma Devi, whose son Rocky Yadav is accused of killing a 19-year-old boy in alleged road rage case, has been missing. The Bihar government has, however, said that she must surrender immediately. Here are the latest developments: Bihar deputy chief minister Tejaswi Yadav said Manorma Devi should surrender immediately. "Wherever Manorma Devi is, police will find her and arrest her," he said. Manorma Devi has however now applied for anticipatory bail in Gaya's civil court. It has come to light that Rocky was issued arms license without verification. Yadav said, "Centre should reply as to how he got arms license without verification in Delhi." "Bihar government will also conduct an inquiry as to how Rocky issued an arms license without verification," he added. There were major lapses found in handling the case by the Bihar police. Why no FIR has been filed by any of the three friends who were there in the Swift car with the victim Aditya Sachdeva. No FIR by eyewitnesses dilutes the case against the accused. The lone FIR has been filed by someone in Sachdeva family. Also, The blood-stained clothes of Aditya were thrown outside the postmortem room, however, it could have been used in investigation to prepare a water tight case against Rocky. The clothes could also have been produced in court of law. Former Bihar chief minister Jitan Ram Manjhi on Thursday met Prime Minister Narendra Modi and sought a CBI enquiry into the road rage case. Rocky was arrested on Tuesday and later sent in a 14-day judicial custody by a Gaya court. Manorma Devi has been evading arrest in a case pertaining to the recovery of liquor bottles from her residence in Gaya town. Aditya, the teenaged son of a businessman, was shot dead on May 7 allegedly by Rocky Yadav, 30, for overtaking the latter's vehicle on the Bodh Gaya-Gaya road. Following the killing of Aditya, Rocky's father Bindi Yadav, a criminal-turned-politician, and a bodyguard were arrested and remanded in judicial custody by a court.

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