Prasad had allegedly referred to the close friendship between Mishra and Kumar and claimed that the chief minister stayed at the former's house and not at the circuit house, whenever he toured Bhagalpur.
The bail was granted to Lau Prasad while he was in Patna. After the expiry of the parole, Prasad had returned to Ranchi on Monday and spent a couple of days in jail, before being released after furnishing bonds and sureties.
Both Madan and Laxman are RJD workers and had surrendered before court on December 23, the day Lalu was convicted in a fodder scam case — he is now serving his sentence in Ranchi’s Birsa Munda Jail, where the duo was lodged
Defending his ally BJP, which has been accused by Prasad of conspiring to put him behind bars, Paswan said the allegations amounted to an insult of the judiciary as he has been convicted by a court not the saffron party.
Replying to query on Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi's allegations against his family in benaami land deal cases, Prasad claimed, "He (Sushil Modi) himself is making lot of money. He has chosen his portfolios with this purpose in mind."
Citing a registered deed of the will, Modi told reporters that power of attorney in the name of Prasad's wife Rabri Devi and deed of will of land was simultaneously made in the name of Tejaswi and Tej Pratap Yadav on the same day of May 12, 2005.
The (RJD) Rashtriya Janata Dal chief is criss-crossing the state to mobilise people for the August 27 rally, which he has claimed would be a major occasion to bring together the secular forces on one platform against the BJP ahead of the 2019 polls.