Benami exchange charges against Lalu Prasad Yadav's family, properties seized; 'legislative issues of feud', says Tejashwi. 

This comes a day after the IT division temporarily joined a couple of unflinching properties regarding its test in the Rs 1,000 crore benami arrive arrangements and tax avoidance case purportedly including relatives of Lalu Prasad. 

The Income Tax division on Tuesday joined 12 plots of RJD boss Lalu Prasad Yadav's relatives including little girl Misa Bharti, her better half Shailesh, sister Ragini and Chanda, Bihar vice president Minister Tejashwi Yadav and previous Chief Minister Rabri Devi. I-T dept likewise slapped charges under Benami Transactions Act against them and served connection see under the stringent represent resources worth over Rs 9 crore. 

Responding to the I-T's turn, Tejashwi Yadav said it is only 'governmental issues of quarrel'. "We have not shrouded anything. We will show up before experts when asked to," included Yadav. 

This comes a day after the IT office temporarily appended a couple of unflinching properties regarding its test in the Rs 1,000 crore benami arrive arrangements and tax avoidance case purportedly including relatives of Lalu Prasad. As indicated by IT authorities, two resources, a house and a land in Delhi, have been connected after the division issued a temporary request under the Benami Transactions Act, 1988, that came into compel on November 1 a year ago. 

They said the advantages are in the benami ownership and the move has been made after the division completed strikes for this situation a month ago. The estimation of the joined properties couldn't be learned quickly. Benami properties are those in which the genuine recipient is not the one in whose name the property has been bought. Both Bharti and her better half have skipped I-T summons before. 

The RJD boss, be that as it may, had looked to set up an overcome confront after the strikes, saying he was "not frightened by any means" and would keep on fighting against "rightist strengths". "BJP mein himmat nahi hai ki Lalu ki awaz ko daba purpose… Lalu ki awaz dabayenge to desh bhar me karoron Lalu khare ho jayenge… Main gidarbhabhki se nahi darne wala hoon (BJP does not have the valor to smother my voice… If it tries to hush one Lalu, crore of Lalu will approach. I am not frightened of purge dangers)," he had said in a progression of tweets after the pursuit operation. 

Taking after are the points of interest of the appended property: 

1. Farm no: 26, Palam Farms, Bijvasan, Delhi.

Benamidars: Mishail Packers and Printers Pvt. Ltd.

Beneficiary: Misa Bharti and Shailesh Kumar

Book Value: Rs. 1.4 cr

Market Value: Rs. 40 cr

2. 1088, New Friends Colony

Benamidars: AB Exports Pvt. Ltd.

Beneficiary: Tejasvi Yadav, Chanda and Ragini Yadav

Book Value: Rs. 5 cr

Market Value: Rs. 40 cr

3. Nine plots in Jalapur, PS Danapur, Patna

Benamidars: Delight Marketing Pvt. Ltd.

Beneficiary: Rabri Devi, Tejasvi Yadav

Book Value: Rs. 1.9 cr

Market Value: Rs. 65 cr

4. Three Plots in Jalapur, PS Danapur, Patna

Benamidars: AK Infosystems

Beneficiary: Rabri Devi, Tejasvi Yadav

Book Value: Rs. 1.6 cr

Market Value: Rs. 20 cr

Prior, for this situation, a sanctioned bookkeeper, Rajesh Kumar Agrawal, purportedly connected to Bharti and others, was additionally captured by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) on May 22. 

Lalu Prasad Yadav is an Indian lawmaker from the condition of Bihar. He was Chief Minister of Bihar from 1990 to 1997 and Minister of Railways from 2004 to 2009 with United Progressive Alliance government. He is the President of the Rashtriya Janata Dal political gathering. He was а Member of Parliament of fifteenth Lok Sabha from the Saran supporters in Bihar, yet precluded as MP attributable to conviction for his contribution in the 1996 grain trick. His more youthful child Tejashwi Yadav presently fills in as the fourth Deputy Chief Minister of Bihar and at 26 years, is the most youthful to hold Bihar vice president ministership. Yadav entered governmental issues amid his understudy days at Patna University. He was chosen an individual from the Lok Sabha in 1977 as a Janata Party applicant. At 29 years old he was one of its most youthful individuals from Parliament. Yadav ended up noticeably Chief Minister of Bihar in 1990 yet surrendered in 1997 after raising debasement accusations identifying with the Fodder Scam. From 1997 to 2005, with brief interferences, his significant other Rabri Devi was the Chief Minister. Her political rivals regularly charged her as having filled in as his "surrogate." His residency as Chief Minister of the state has been censured for wilderness and has been named as the Jungle Raj. 

Numerous allegations have been made about him refering to him as an encourager of guiltiness and 'Gunda Raj' in Bihar. He is known as a crowdpuller, canny and vivid government official yet has been reprimanded for advancing and empowering standing based legislative issues and there are a few defilement bodies of evidence against him. On 3 October 2013, he was sentenced to five years of thorough detainment and ₹25 lakh (US$39,000) fine for his part in the Fodder Scam by CBI court. 

In 1990, Janta Dal came to control in Bihar. PM V. P. Singh needed previous Chief Minister Ram Sundar Das to lead the administration. what's more, Chandra Shekhar upheld Raghunath Jha. To break stop representative PM Devi Lal named Yadav as CM hopeful. Yadav was successful in an inside survey of Janta Party MLS's and turned into the Chief Minister. On 23 September 1990, Yadav captured L K Advani at Samastipur amid later's Ram Rath Yatra to Ayodhya and introduced himself as a common pioneer. The World Bank praised his gathering for its work in the 1990s on the monetary front. In 1993, Yadav embraced an ace English strategy and pushed for the re-presentation of English as a dialect in school educational modules, in opposition to the angrezi hatao (expel English) approach of then Uttar Pradesh CM Mulayam Singh Yadav, another Yadav and position based government official. Strategy of restriction to English was viewed as an against tip top approach since both the Yadav pioneers spoke to a similar social constituents The Backward ranks, Dalits and minority groups. With the assistance of Yadav-Muslim votes, Lalu kept on being Bihar CM. In the Fodder Scam, Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) issued a capture warrant for Yadav, and he needed to leave from CM's post. Along these lines, he introduced his better half Rabri Devi as Bihar CM. 

Because of affirmation identified with Fodder Scam, an administration revolt surfaced in Janata Dal. Yadav split far from Janata Dal and shaped another political gathering Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) on 5 July 1997. As indicated by Limca Book of Records, in 2004 he was the longest serving leader of an Indian political gathering. But a short President administer and 8 days term of Nitish Kumar, RJD stayed in control in Bihar till 2005. In November 2005 state races RJD won 54 seats putting not as much as both Janata Dal United (JDU) and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Nitish Kumar drove coalition, comprising of JD(U) and BJP, came to control. In the 2010 races, the RJD count was diminished to only 22 seats though the decision organization together asserted a record 206 out of the 243 Assembly seats. 

In 2004, Yadav challenged general decision from Chapra and Madhepura against Rajiv Pratap Rudy and Sharad Yadav individually and won from both the seats. Altogether, RJD won 21 seats and it aligned with Indian National Congress getting to be plainly second biggest individual from UPA I after Congress. Yadav turned into the railroad serve in the 2004 UPA Government. Afterward, he surrendered the Madhepura situate. 

At the point when Yadav assumed control over, the Indian Railways was a misfortune making association. In the four years under his administration, it demonstrated a combined aggregate benefit of Rs.250 billion (US $5.2 billion). Schools of administration ended up noticeably inspired by Yadav's authority in dealing with the turnaround. Yadav likewise got solicitations from eight Ivy League schools for addresses, and tended to over a hundred understudies from Harvard, Wharton and others in Hindi. 

In 2009, Yadav's successor Mamata Banerjee and the resistance parties affirmed that the alleged turnaround of the Railways amid his residency was simply an aftereffect of displaying monetary proclamations in an unexpected way. 

In May 2012, Lalu Prasad Yadav visualized Hamid Ansari, at present the Vice-President, as a presidential hopeful. In May 2013, Lalu Yadav attempted to restore the gathering and fuel the gathering laborers in his Parivartan Rally. After the conviction in Fodder Scam on 3 October 2013, Yadav lost his participation of Lok Sabha. 

In 2014 general race, Lalu Yadav's RJD again won 4 seats. Lalu Yadav has been taking a shot at a merger of six gatherings to shape a Janata Parivar. In the Bihar Legislative Assembly race, 2015, Lalu Yadav's RJD turned into the biggest party with a sum of 81 seats. This has been refered to as a noteworthy rebound for the RJD and for Lalu Yadav on the political phase of Bihar following a hole of 10 years. 

In 1996, Yadav was denounced in the "Grain Scam" in which about Rs.4.50 billion were redirected from the creature cultivation division, yet the test itself was requested by Yadav. Yadav at that point requested a request to test the claimed abnormalities. Be that as it may, after an open intrigue case, the Bihar High Court in March 1996 requested the case to be given over to the CBI. In June 1997, CBI documented the charge sheet for the situation and made Yadav a denounced. The grub trick constrained Yadav to leave from the workplace of Chief Minister and he designated his better half, Rabri Devi, his successor as the state's Chief Minister. He has been remanded to authority on numerous events on account of the quantity of cases. At the point when the Supreme Court of India protested his visitor house stay, Yadav had likewise moved to the Beur imprison in Patna.