"Unfortunately, my father-in-law is not present here. He is the only one who could have sorted things out. It is Misa Bharti who does not want me to succeed in my efforts to save my marriage," Roy said.
In the charge sheet, the probe agency named 35 new accused out of which around 15 are individuals and rest are companies. Out of the 15 individuals, there are eight Chartered Accountants named as accused in the charge sheet which also mentioned the details of shares worth Rs 8,000 crore.
On Lalu Yadav, Misa Bharti said, "My father always had a choice of mending political ties with BJP but he is always ready to sacrifice everything for the welfare of minorities and deprived sections of the society."
Attacking PM Modi for his attacks on Opposition, Misa, who is contesting from Patliputra, said that it is unprecedented that the Prime Minister of India publicly passes personal comments and makes fun of his political opponents.
Saran and Pataliputra seats are taken as "family seats" in RJD circles. Misa Bharati, now a Rajya Sabha MP, had unsuccessfully contested from this seat against RJD rebel and BJP candidate Ram Kripal Yadav in 2014.
From his wife to his nine children, the family has been as much a part of the Lalu story as his survival instincts. Both are now on test with Central agencies closing in on his family, reports SANTOSH SINGH
On December 23, the ED had filed its final report against Bharti and her husband through advocate Nitesh Rana. The agency had earlier attached a Delhi farmhouse of the couple in connection with its money-laundering probe.
Misa Bharti, her husband and all the other accused in the case appeared before the court after they were summoned by Special Judge N K Malhotra last month. Bharti's firm Mishail Packers and Printers has been named as an accused in the case.