Mohammad Shahabuddin, former RJD MP from Siwan, Bihar, from Corona on Saturday (May 1, 2021) Died. Former RJD MP Shahabuddin died of corona in a private hospital in Delhi. Shahabuddin, a criminal and murderer, breathed his last at a private hospital in Delhi today.
Mohammad Shahabuddin, who is serving a sentence in many cases, was lodged in Tihar Jail for a long time. After being corona positive, he was admitted to Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyay Hospital in Delhi.
According to the information, Mohammad Shahabuddin Was on ventilator. He succumbed today due to the condition being critical. Explain that the Delhi High Court had ordered the Delhi government and the jail administration to get the former RJD MP Mohammad Shahabuddin treated and monitored.
Former RJD MP Mohammad Shahabuddin passes away at a hospital in Delhi where he was under treatment for # COVID19.
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The Tihar jail administration came to know of Shahabuddin’s corona being infected when his condition suddenly deteriorated on 20 April. Corona infection examination was done in view of the kind of symptoms seen in his body. As soon as the report came positive, Shahabuddin was immediately kept under the supervision of the doctors of Tihar Jail.
Significantly, on the instructions of the Delhi High Court recently, Shahabuddin was given time to meet his family for 18 hours. He was made to meet family members under tight security. The High Court granted him the facility under conditional parole that he could meet anywhere in Delhi for 6-6 hours. Please tell that all this happened after the death of Chandeshwar Prasad alias Chanda Babu, whose 3 sons were killed by Shahabuddin.
Shahabuddin killed Chanda Babu’s two sons by bathing with acid. His third son was a witness in this case but before he reached the court, he was also murdered. But, Shahabuddin, who was charged in this case, could not do anything at that time. By the name itself, Siwan and the surrounding areas were trembling.
Until the 1980s, Siwan’s politics was dominated by criminal elements. Shahabuddin entered politics after being named in several crimes in the 1980s. There was a time when there was acid attack, Chandrashekhar murder case or any crime in Siwan, Shahabuddin’s name was always in the headlines. Shahabuddin’s law, known as ‘Chhote Sarkar’, used to run everywhere in the district, hospitals, schools or banks or any office.