Their appearance was in connection with fraudulent withdrawal of Rs 40 lakh from the Bhagalpur treasury in 1996. The court had summoned the accused for personal appearance.
A total of 45 people were named as accused in the case. While some of them died during trial, at least 27 people are on trial currently.
Last month, the Supreme Court ruled that Lalu Yadav will have to stand trial in all the four fodder scam cases, setting aside a Jharkhand High Court order that dropped conspiracy charges against the former Bihar chief minister.
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