Ranchi Court has been sentenced to 5 years jail for former Minister of Bihar and 6 others.

Special CBI court in Ranchi on Friday, former Bihar ministerial judgments and RJD legislators, Hussain Illiyas, up to five years of strict imprisonment, along with six other people in a tar-fraud scam, tens of millions of rupees.

It was the second conviction of the former Minister of Construction of Bihar. Earlier on September 27 last year, Ranchi's special court sentenced him to another case involving tar and sentenced him to four years. After his conviction, Dehri's legislature lost membership from the Legislative Assembly of Bihar. He currently lives here at Birsa Munda Central Prison.

In addition, Hussain, a special judge court, AK Mishra, also has a strict five-year prison sentence with former Md Minister Sahabuddin Beig, former Minister of Md Sahabuddin Beig, Director of Planning and Development, Kedar Paswan, Director of Planning and Develop Ramanand Ram, Shobha Sinha staff and carrier / distributor DN Singh

In addition, there are many fine adjustments ranging from Rs. 60 hundred thousand to Rs 20 Lakh per each prisoner. While RS 60 hundred thousand was fined for DN Singh distributors, other prisoners were fined Rs. 20 hundred thousand each. In the event of default, Singh must be sentenced to an additional three and a half years. And others will be sentenced to an additional one year. The court's order said

Previously, the CBI, on March 20, 1997, registered FIR with Hussein, Beck, Singh and others accused of embezzling 3250 metric tons of bulk tar worth 1.57 crore.

The CBI, which investigated the orders of the Patna High Court in the Court of Appeal, accused Singh of collusion with his former minister and personal secretary, Bitumen, worth 1.57 million rupees. CBI said Singh raised bitumen 3250 MT. From Indian Oil Company Limited / Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited, Haldia for transport to Chatra Road Construction Department between 1994 and 1996, but together with former ministers to dig bitumen loss Of Rs 1.57 crore