The Supreme Court on Friday directed former Jharkhand Minister Yogendra Sao to surrender before a court in Ranchi by April 15 in cases related to rioting and inciting of violence. A Bench of Justices S.A. Bobde and S. Abdul Nazeer said: “The petitioner (Sao) is directed to surrender before the Additional Judicial Commissioner – 7, Ranchi, by April 15, 2019. The instant applications for modification and the miscellaneous applications stand disposed of accordingly.” Senior advocate Kapil Sibal, appearing for Mr. Sao, said that there was no clarification in the SC’s order of April 4 as to where he should surrender. He said if the top court directs, Mr. Sao can surrender in Ranchi. Advocate Tapesh Kumar Singh, appearing for the Jharkhand government, said that Mr. Sao can surrender before the court of Additional Judicial Commissioner in Ranchi. He said all the case records have been transferred to Ranchi in compliance with the apex court’s order. The apex court order came on a plea of Mr. Sao seeking clarification and modification of the order on the place of his surrender. The apex court had on April 4 trashed Mr. Sao’s plea seeking to campaign for the Congress for the Lok Sabha poll and cancelled his bail, saying he had violated the bail conditions.