Lalu looked very cool in Delhi before coming to Bihar, picture of black glasses going viral

Lalu looked very cool in Delhi before coming to Bihar, picture of black glasses going viral

The ongoing tussle between Tejashwi Yadav and Tej Pratap Yadav, both sons of Rashtriya Janata Dal supremo Lalu Prasad Yadav, is no longer hidden from anyone. The tension in the relationship between Tejashwi Yadav and Tej Pratap Yadav was clearly visible in the recent political developments. In the meeting of the Chhatra Janshakti Parisad, Tej Pratap Yadav even told that father Lalu Yadav should be taken hostage in Delhi, he did not agree here and also threatened to open the poles of RJD leaders if Lalu Yadav came to Bihar. But away from all these controversies, RJD supremo Lalu Yadav showed a different style after a long time in Delhi. Lalu Yadav was seen laughing wearing black glasses.

 Lalu Prasad Yadav first seen in black glasses

After getting bail in the fodder scam case, Lalu Prasad Yadav is at the Delhi residence of his daughter and Rajya Sabha MP Misa Bharti. He is taking health benefits under the supervision of doctors at Misa Bharti. Rajya Sabha MP Misa Bharti posted a picture of Lalu Yadav with his son on the internet media on Wednesday on the occasion of Dussehra. In the picture posted by Misa Bharti, Lalu Yadav is seen playing with his grandson wearing black glasses. Misa Bharti wrote the caption with the picture that, Nana and grandson compete to look cool.

Lalu Yadav with Misa Bharti's son in Delhi. credit-internet media

Users praised

Misa Bharti has posted three pictures. Users gave many reactions on these pictures. User Vimal Kumar Singh wrote that, Lalu Yadav is the messiah of the poor and the grandson always gets the blessings of his maternal grandfather. So there Alok Kumar has commented that Lalu Yadav becomes a super kid with kids. Whereas, Jitendra Yadav has written that Nani ji looks more cool. 

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Government should give compensation for the wasted crop: MLA

Government should give compensation for the wasted crop: MLA

 Farmers' crops have been destroyed by the rain. The farmers had kept high hopes that after the harvest of the crop, they would repay the loan. But in a jiffy the rain has turned water on Armaan. The land of Kosi and Seemanchal was already groaning with the pain of exodus of laborers. After the unexpected unseasonal rain from above, people of all sections will be badly affected. For the completely ruined farmers, the Bihar government should immediately announce more compensation than the standard set by the Disaster Management Department. Former Disaster Management Minister cum MLA Prof. Chandrashekhar said. He said that inflation is unbridled. Farmers cultivating by taking loans of lakhs from above have been devastated. The former minister said that the rate of diesel is beyond 100. The price of fertilizer seeds has gone up a lot. The farmers took loans of lakhs of rupees and cultivated them with the hope that by selling the crops they would repay the debt of all. On the occasion of Diwali and Chhath, we will take clothes for the children of the house. Will arrange for the next farming. But the ripe crop has been ruined by the catastrophic rain. Bihar government should immediately announce fair compensation for the farmers. Otherwise, the Grand Alliance under the leadership of RJD will fight a decisive battle from road to house. Government wants to snatch the farm through agriculture law

Former Minister Prof. Chandrashekhar said that by forcing the farmers who are not asking, the Central Government wants to hand over the land of the farmers to Ambani Adani by bringing black agriculture law. In Himachal Pradesh, buying sev at the cost of a penny and selling it so expensive in the market is just the beginning. After all, if the farmers are saying that by declaring the minimum support price for the crop, a law should be made that it will not be bought for less than this, then what is wrong in it. The central government is working to make farmers their bonded labor by handing over agriculture to the corporates. This is not going to be tolerated.

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