Lok Sabha elections: Complaint filed against Lalu Prasad Yadav for distributing tickets despite being in jail
In the letter, Kumar also questioned why the RJD chief has been using his Twitter account to spread his political agenda.
Kapil Sibal appearing for Lalu Prasad cited judgement of the Supreme Court where the court had in similar case granted bail to a petitioner.
Ailing Lalu claims to be fit for political work ahead of polls, CBI tells SC while opposing his bail
The agency further said Yadav who claimed to be so unwell that he cannot even remain in jail has now suddenly become physically fit and is seeking bail.
Senior advocate Kapil Sibal, appearing for the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) supremo, sought urgent listing of the bail plea saying notice has been issued in the matter.
Yadav is lodged in the Birsa Munda Central Jail in Ranchi, Jharkhand.
Under the Code of Criminal Procedure Section 319, a summon is issued only when there is concrete evidence by which punishment can be awarded, the court said.
Prasad, who is serving sentences and lodged in a Ranchi hospital for a number of debilitating ailments, shared the verse on Twitter along with a video and a post by a leading English magazine.
Lalu had sought bail citing his poor health, political reasons and on merit.
Prasad faced five fodder scam cases, out of which he has been convicted in four. He is currently languishing in Ranchi Birsa Munda jail.
The Rashtriya Janata Dal president also wrote to the institute's director, asking him to continue his treatment at the facility till he recovers fully.
Lalu Prasad was shifted to RIMS on March 17 after he complained of chest pain and discomfort. He was convicted in the fourth fodder scam case by a CBI court on March 19.
After Lalu's sentencing in fourth fodder scam case, Tejashwi Yadav alleges threat to his father's life
Tejashwi Yadav alleged that there is a threat to his father's life adding that a conspiracy is being hatched by the Bharatiya Janata Party.
Lalu Prasad Yadav sentenced to 14 years in jail, fined Rs 60 lakhs in fourth fodder scam case; son Tejashwi slams NDA
The special CBI courts in Ranchi have earlier handed Yadav jail terms for 13 years and a half after finding him guilty in three other cases of the scam.
A special CBI court in Ranchi on Monday convicted former Bihar Chief Minister Lalu Prasad in the fourth fodder scam case but acquitted another former Chief Minister Jagannath Mishra.
Lalu Prasad and others are accused of fraudulently withdrawing Rs. 3.13 crore from Dumka treasury between December 1995 and January 1996, when the former was the chief minister of undivided Bihar.