At a campaign rally, Tejashwi Yadav displays his waist belt to the voters, saying, “I’m in unbearable pain.”

The leader of the Rashtriya Janata Dal, Tejaswi Yadav, said on Thursday that he is running for the Lok Sabha election on behalf of the people, despite medical advice that he should spend three weeks in bed owing to a bad backache. In another video that he uploaded, he can be seen wearing a waist belt to brace his back.


Giving an update on his health, Yadav said that his doctors have advised bed rest for a minimum of three weeks in order for him to fully recuperate. Nevertheless, he has made the decision to carry out his present Lok Sabha election campaign in spite of the danger to his health.

“Even in this circumstance, I stand with you and for you. You will have to put up with poverty, inflation, and unemployment for another five years if I don’t fight for you now. Elections take place every five years. Yadav posted on X, “Until I give the youth jobs, I won’t sit quietly.”

Yadav had an MRI at the Indira Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences earlier on May 6 in response to the severe back pain he was experiencing while running for the Lok Sabha.

During an election rally in Jharkhand on Wednesday, Yadav claimed that the Centre was attempting to “change” the nation’s Constitution and “snatch reservation quota” from the SC, ST, and OBC groups.

Additionally, he said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was treating Jharkhand like a “stepmother.”

“I swear, no one can alter our Constitution and take away your reservation. PM Modi and the BJP-led NDA seek to rewrite the Indian Constitution. The former deputy chief minister of Bihar said, “We will thwart such an attempt,” at a rally in support of INDIA bloc candidate Mamta Bhuiyan in Chhatarpurin in Palamu, Jharkhand.

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