New Delhi: in between War of words with his brother Tejashwi YadavRashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader Tej Pratap Yadav on Friday (October 8, 2021) attended an event organized by Union Minister Pashupati Kumar Paras and fueled speculations of leaving the party.
Lalu Prasad’s elder son has raised several eyebrows after the Paras-led Lok Janshakti Party faction visited the Patna office to attend the first death anniversary of former Union minister Ram Vilas Paswan.
While Tej Pratap chose to honor the invitation given by Paras, younger brother Tejashwi chose to lay a wreath at his residence, where a portrait of Paswan was placed alongside Jayaprakash Narayan, a freedom fighter whose death anniversary would have fallen on the same date. Is.
Lalu Prasad had also gone to the residence of Paswan’s son Chirag to attend the ceremony organized on the same occasion.
Today Delhi 12 Janpath LJP (Ram Vilas) President Respected Mr. @iChiragPaswan Honoring ‘Padma Visarjan’ of LJP’s Residence Refinement. In the first function program of Ram Vilas Paswan, former minister of Bihar Shri. @laluprasadrjd Yes pic.twitter.com/r90wh3AQph
— Lok Janshakti Party (@LJP4India) 8 October 2021
Tej Pratap’s visit to Paras came a day later His name was dropped from the list of 20 star campaigners of the party. For by-elections to be held on Tarapur and Kusheshwarsthan assembly seats.
O face turned black seeing the darkness
Mother opened it, there was light in the house…
My family is fine Mother and didi should be in mind…
There is no such thing to be spoiled, only in Dussehra… pic.twitter.com/SpfImByK4C
— Tej Pratap Yadav (@TejYadav14) 8 October 2021
Last week, Tej Pratap had alleged that his father was being held “hostage” in the national capital despite getting bail earlier this year. After the allegations, Tejashwi said that being hostage is ‘not Lalu ji’s personality’.
Tejashwi said, “Laluji has been the Chief Minister of Bihar for a long time, he has been a Union Minister and he has also arrested Advaniji. Laluji’s personality does not match with the allegations leveled.”
(with agency input)