New Delhi: Former Jharkhand chief minister and
sitting Lok Sabha member Madhu Koda today attended Parliament
for the first time since November last year, when he was
arrested in connection with a money laundering case.
Koda, who represents Singhbhum Lok Sabha constituency,
came to Parliament House in the morning after the day`s
proceedings had begun.
Koda is still behind bars in connection with the case
against him and came to Parliament on parole to attend the
"I have come to Parliament to raise the issues concerning
voters in my constituency," he told reporters as he entered
the Parliament building.
Koda, though supporting the UPA, said he would express the
concern of the people over the spiralling prices of essential