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"Fodder Scam" of Bihar

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The Fodder Scam of Rs.950 crores in bihar : who all where involved in it and how many where convicted guilty and where is the money now utilized .

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I think CBI was investigating the fodder scam.

 

You can file a RTI Application with the PIO of CBI and get this information.

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