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Special CBI CJM court allowed Ramchandra Hansda to attend winter session of Parliament

Bhubaneswar:12/12/17; A Special CBI CJM court here allowed jailed Lok Sabha member Ramchandra Hansda to attend the upcoming winter session of Parliament, starting from December 15.

Speaking to media persons, the Parliamentarian’s counsel Gouri Shankar Pani said that Special CBI CJM court has allowed Ramchandra Hansda to attend the Parliament from December 18 to 22.

The court has directed the central agency’s officers to produce the petitioner along with his identity card before the Chief Security Officer of Lok Sabha or the appropriate staff of Lok Sabha Secretariat for allowing him to attend the session.

Similarly, the court has directed Hansda to stay at any government accommodation and provide address details to it through CBI officers accompanying him. The court has clearly stated that no outsider, except family members of the petitioner, will be allowed to stay with him while he is in the National Capital.

 

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