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#JusticeforAditya: Want fast track trial in my son's murder case, pleads Aditya's mother


Patna, May 10: After three days of investigation and raids in Aditya Sachdeva murder case, the accused Rocky Yadav has finally been arrested by police in Gaya, Bihar.

(Bihar road rage: Rocky Yadav claims innocence, says he was in Delhi during time of crime)

Soon after his arrest Rocky, son of JDU MLC Manorama Devi, denied from all the charges and claimed he was in Delhi when the incident happened on Saturday, May 7. He was arrested for allegedly shooting 19-year-old Aditya on Gaya-Bodh Gaya Road.


Speaking to OneIndia, Chand Sachdeva, Aditya's mother said she wants justice and the guilty must be punished.

"What can a mother do? Aditya cannot come back again in our life. We want Rocky Kumar Yadav should be punished under fast track trial of law," said an aggrieved mother.

On increasing incident of VVIP's making a mockery of law and order she said, "Why laws and norms are set only for common people, as they (VVIPs) can do anything?"

"Our only motive is fast track trial in case, as police can go ahead for lie detector test if he is claiming that he has not killed Aditya,"she added.

Meanwhile, she also informed that former chief minister of Bihar, Jitan Ram Manjhi visited her place to ensure the fast trial and support for Aditya's justice.

Neeraj Kumar, JD(U) spokeperson told OneIndia, "We have arrested his father, Bindi Yadav and son (Rocky Kumar Yadav) in connection with the incident. We will take all action required to ensure justice for Aditya."

"Nobody is above law and our party will take proper action against the criminals. The only motive of Nitish government is to ensure safety and to curb crime in Bihar," he concluded.

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