This Article is From May 13, 2016

Gaya Road Rage Death: Court Orders Attachment Of Property Of Manorama Devi

Gaya Road Rage Death: Court Orders Attachment Of Property Of Manorama Devi

Manorama Devi is on the run since Wednesday after her son Rakesh Ranjan Yadav alias Rocky Yadav was arrested. (File photo)

Gaya: Police today pasted the order for attachment of property of fugitive legislator Manorama Devi in three places after getting the court nod to do it.

The order was pasted at Ms Manorama Devi's residence at posh Anugrah Puri colony, Gaya railway station and her husband Bindi Yadav's mixer plant in Bodh Gaya from where their son Rocky Yadav was arrested in connection with the murder of a youth.

Earlier in the day, Gaya police made a plea to a district court to grant permission for property attachment of Ms Devi which was accepted.

Gaya police returned the warrant of arrest issued against Ms Devi earlier and made a prayer for issuance of property attachment against her in the court of Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate SK Jha.

The Anugrah Puri house has been sealed by the Excise department in the wake of recovery of six liquor bottles in the process of search for Rocky Yadav on Monday last.

The court order for property attachment came around an hour after the absconding JD(U) legislator had filed an anticipatory bail application in the court of (in-charge) District Judge SN Singh who posted the matter for hearing on Monday.

Ms Manorama Devi is on the run since Wednesday after her son Rakesh Ranjan Yadav alias Rocky Yadav was arrested from his father's mixer plant in connection with the murder of 19-year-old Aditya Sachdeva on May 7.

She was suspended from JD(U) on Tuesday and her name was added in the FIR lodged by the police against her husband Bindi Yadav and son Rocky Yadav in connection with recovery of six bottles of Indian Made Foreign Liquor during house search on Monday for Rocky Yadav.

Bindi Yadav and son Rocky Yadav were arrested.