Shahabuddin a social worker, not a criminal, says RJD MP

Shahabuddin a social worker, not a criminal, says RJD MP

Patna, Sep 16 (IANS) A Rashtriya Janata Dal MP from Bihar on Friday came out in open support of his former fellow parliamentarian Mohammad Shahabuddin here, terming him a social worker and not a criminal.

Shailesh Kumar, alias Bulo Mandal, the youth RJD president, termed the local Siwan ‘bahubali’ (strongman) Shahabuddin as a ‘samaj sevi’ (social worker) and not ‘apradhi’ (criminal).

Shahabuddin, former Siwan MP, was recently released on bail after 11 years in jail by the Patna High Court.

Mandal, RJD MP from Bhagalpur, said Shahabuddin cannot be a criminal as he has represented people of Siwan four times in the Lok Sabha.

“Shahabuddin is popular not only in Siwan but across the state. The people elected him six times, including twice as legislator and four times as MP,” Mandal told reporters.

He slammed the BJP and media for creating unnecessary hype over the release, which has drawn opposition flak.

Mandal said it was the court that granted him bail, and in the past too the same court had granted bail to Ranvir Sena chief Brahmeshwar Singh Mukhiya, involved in the killing of 300 people — mostly poor Dalits and from the backward castes in Bihar.

He said it was not the state government’s decision, and the ruling RJD-JD-U should not be blamed.

Shahabuddin was granted bail by the Patna High Court on September 10 in a case involving the murder of a witness in the killing of two brothers in Siwan.


  1. If Shahabuddin was elected six times despite his criminal records, there must be something wrong with Biharis or the way the election was held. That is a defining proof of why Bihar is called a “jungle raj” and reflects character and ethics of voting Public unless the election rigged with corruption and deceits.

  2. No surprises here. This reminds me of Praveena’s social workers who demolished a house and went absconding to avoid police!! LOL

  3. This reminds me of Praveena’s Social workers who demolished a house and went absconding. – Originally Mangaloori BUT phully Yumreeki Rampa.

    Ya man! They demolished a house that was willed to them and went on a ‘retreat’ to beat the unnecessary heat generated by rabble-raisers such as you. And from what I have noticed, ‘Deep Heat’ came from one particular remote corner of Yumreeka while some piddly heat was generated from some remote corner of Angola.

    Say, WHAT did the presiding Judge conclude on the demolition and rightful ownership? He threw it OUT and further called the affidavit as “a piece of paper”. The Judge ALSO took serious cognizance of Johnny’s “fraudulent misdemeanor” and SQUASHED his applications and further said that Johnny had “no right to question the validity of the will as he is NOT a legal heir of Alice D’souza”.

    So, what are you hallucinating about, ya, Yumreeki Thyampa? 🙂

  4. Social workers went on a retreat after demolishing a house? Sure – it’s very funny way of going on a retreat – When normal folks go on a retreat, they don’t secretly seek anticipatory bail. Nor do Police look for them!! Oh well, after all Social workers are known for doing things in their own way!! smiles…

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