As soon as he became the MP from Purnia, Pappu Yadav’s troubles increased, an FIR was registered in a case of extortion of Rs 1 crore.

Purnea MP Pappu Yadav

An FIR has been filed against Pappu Yadav, who won the independent election from Purnia Lok Sabha seat this time by defeating both Congress and BJP. On Monday, June 10, a trader lodged a complaint at the Mufasil Police Station. The businessman alleged that an extortion of Rs 1 crore was demanded from Rajesh Ranjan alias Pappu Yadav. Death threats were also given along with this.

According to a statement issued by Purnia district police, Pappu Yadav called the complainant, who runs a decoration business, to his house on June 4, the day of counting of votes, and demanded Rs 1 crore. The police further said that Pappu Yadav had earlier made such a demand in 2021 and 2023 as well. However, this time Yadav also threatened to kill him if he did not pay the money and warned that he would have to deal with the MP for the next five years.

There have been such allegations before

Based on this complaint, the police have also registered a case against the MP and his associate Amit Yadav and started further investigation. Pappu Yadav has been repeatedly accused of using force. He has been elected as MP from Purnia seat in the recently concluded Lok Sabha elections. He defeated two-time MP Santosh Kushwaha of Janata Dal-United (JD-U). So far no action has been taken against Pappu Yadav in this matter.

41 cases have been registered against Pappu Yadav

Pappu Yadav, who became an MP from Purnia seat, dissolved his party and merged it with the Congress. But when the Congress did not give him a ticket, Yadav decided to contest as an independent and won. Let us tell you that according to the election affidavit, about 41 cases have been registered against Pappu Yadav. Pappu Yadav started his electoral politics by winning the assembly elections in 1990. He won this election also by fighting as an independent.


Content on this site may include articles generated by automated means or syndication feeds. While we aim for accuracy, automated content may not always reflect the latest developments. Readers are encouraged to verify information from multiple reliable sources.


Leave a comment