Mohammad Shahabuddin Acquitted In Jamshedpur’s Triple Murder Case

Jamshedpur: A court in Jamshedpur acquitted Bihar’s infamous don-turned-politician Mohammed Shahabuddin in triple murder case dating back to 1989 on Monday.

The case pertains to the murders of Anand Rao, Janardan Choubey and Pradeep Mishra on February 2, 1989, near Tata Steel Power house in Jugasalai police station area in Jamshedpur.

At least eight persons were accused in the case while three of the accused died during trial and four others were acquitted in 2006.

Shahabuddin’s trial was conducted separately as he could not be produced before the court despite repeated summons over 28 years.

The former Rashtriya Janata Dal MP from Siwan, who faces over 50 cases for his alleged involvement in several murder and kidnapping cases, is currently lodged in the Tihar Jail.

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