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Manju Verma can leave Begusarai for treatment

BEGUSARAI (BIHAR): A Begusarai courtroom on Thursday permitted former Bihar minister Manju Verma, in jail in an Arms Act case that surfaced all the way through a probe into the Muzaffarpur shelter-home sex scandal, to go outside the town for higher medical remedy.

Additional chief judicial magistrate Sangita Rani handed the order on an appeal filed by means of Verma, who had alleged that she used to be in excessive pain due to a dental problem for which correct remedy used to be in the community unavailable and taking painkillers used to be inflicting harm to her kidneys.

But, the courtroom made it transparent that the suspended Janata Dal (United) legislator must endure the bills.

While transferring her utility on Wednesday, the former social welfare minister reportedly broke down and pleaded that she be referred to a sanatorium in Patna.

Verma and her husband, Chandrashekhar, are named in an Arms Act case following the recovery of a giant amount of ammunition from their place of dwelling. The ammunition used to be recovered by means of the Central Bureau of Investigation all the way through a raid in connection with the Muzaffarpur shelter-home sexual abuse case.

Verma needed to step down ultimate August after it emerged that her husband had shut hyperlinks with Brajesh Thakur, the high accused relating to sexual abuse of ladies at a government-funded refuge home in Muzaffarpur.

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