Gaya road rage: Rocky Yadav's cousin Teni Yadav surrenders, sent to 14 days judicial custody
Teni Yadav, who is the cousin of Rocky Yadav, was sent to 14 days judicial custody by the Gaya district court.
Gaya: In yet another development related to the recent Gaya road rage incident, Teni Yadav, a key accused in the case and the cousin of Rocky Yadav, surrendered before the district court here on Monday.
The court then sent Teni Yadav, the third accused in case, to 14 days judicial custody.
Teni Yadav is a cousin of Rocky Yadav, the main accused in the Gaya road rage case and the son of absconding Janata Dal United MLC Manorama Devi. In his statement to police, Teni Yadav has claimed that he was not present in the car along with Rocky when the latter shot dead teenager Aditya Sachdeva after his car overtook his vehicle.
Earlier today, the Gaya court deferred hearing on the anticipatory bail plea of suspended JD(U) MLC Manorama Devi. The Gaya court also asked for case diary and record of the lower court in this regard.
"The hearing took place today. The judge has asked for the case diary. Her name is not there in the FIR. We have not got any next date. We said that she has been falsely trapped," Devi's lawyer Kaisar Sarfuddin told ANI.
Devi had filed an anticipatory bail in the court on May 13 after an arrest warrant was issued against her over liquor prohibition.
The Gaya police had last week sealed the house of the suspended JD (U) legislator, who is said to be on the run after an arrest warrant was issued against her under the new state excise law.
Devi's son Rakesh Ranjan Yadav, alias Rocky, and her husband Bindi Yadav are already in jail over the killing of Aditya Sachdeva, a businessman's son, in a case of road rage last week.