RJD chief's eldest son and former minister Tej Pratap Yadav on Thursday accused Bihar and BJP of claiming that everything was not well in the family of Lalu Prasad, that he was trying to fight Krishna and Balram. While leaving for his journey from Sitapuradi, the native place of Jaiprakash Narayan, Tej Pratap said this.
Tajpratap used the word 'Krishna' and 'Balram' for himself and for younger brother and former deputy chief minister Tasvishi Prasad Yadav. On September 6, when the RJD Vice-President and his mother's residence in Patna, absent from the party leaders' meeting, the ruling JDU and BJP had claimed that the interlocutor was going on within the Lalu family.
When asked about this, Tajprapap said that he was unable to attend due to lack of health in the said meeting. He said that he had returned from the road after worshiping in Mathura, and his health worsened due to fatigue due to this long journey.
Tej Pratap said that he has been joining RJD meetings earlier and will attend all the meetings that will take place in the future. He said, "Our mission is to hoist the RJD's signature in 2019."
Pointing to Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and deputy chief minister Sushil Kumar Modi, Thapartap said that there are many people who burn after seeing the youth and jokingly through the media. He said, "How can anybody come between 'Krishna' and 'Balram' (light and raging)? Whatever comes between them, Krishna has Sudarshan Chakra. Anyone who works to fight brother-in-law, there will be a cycle on them. "