A Public Interest Litigation (PIL) alleged that the former Bihar CM was violating the jail manual during his stay in RIMS Director’s Bungalow.
Sanjay Jaiswal was responding to allegations levelled by Tejashwi Yadav that Bihar's Chief Minister destroyed Health, education and Industries in the state.
At a highway crossing in Jarang Baluaha village of Muzaffarpur, a group of men playing cards under a tree are discussing the ongoing Bihar elections.
The 72-year-old RJD chief was lodged in a Ranchi jail but was shifted to RIMS on August 29, 2018, looking at his deteriorating health conditions.
Sounding confident of victory in elections, Bihar CM Nitish Kumar said that he had fulfilled whatever was promised.
The RJD chief, in his letter, has said that he does not believe that a letter related to his resignation is allegedly being carried in the media.
According to police, Tej Pratap has been charged with entering and leaving the state without informing the authorities.
Sending an ailing Prasad from Delhi in a train that took 14 hours to reach Ranchi earlier this week was in bad taste and smacked of vindictive politics, Sinha said in a series of tweets.
Tej Partap has been accused of building a temple on the encroached land without taking any prior permission from the concerned authority.
The BJP workers are trying to delude themselves by celebrating the anniversary of demonetisation, the RJD chief said mocking the "Kala Dhan Virodh Diwas" being observed by BJP.
The nearly dozen assets in Delhi-NCR and Patna belong to RJD Rajya Sabha member Misa Bharti and brother Tejashwi Yadav.