Former Bihar Chief Minister and RJD’s Lalu Prasad Yadav is celebrating his 74th birthday today. After a long time he is with his family. Lalu Yadav celebrated his birthday with family members including Misa Bharti and Rabri Devi. On this occasion, daughter Misa Bharti, while sharing her birthday pictures, wrote that Papa is where it is, Papa is where he is, Happy Birthday Papa ji. In the pictures, Lalu Yadav is seen cutting the cake and Rabri Devi is feeding him the cake. Other family members are also present. On this occasion, son Tej Pratap Yadav has also tweeted. He has written that Happy Birthday Papa, may you take our age too. Love you Papa. The same RJD workers are congratulating their leader today.
Daughter Rajalakshmi also tweeted
Lalu’s daughter Rajalakshmi has also wished her father through a tweet. He tweeted and wrote that Papa, wishing you a very happy birthday. we love you a lot. You are the hope of millions of people who were exploited for decades. You are his voice. You are a warrior to get social justice to the last person of the society.
Where is Papa
Wherever Papa is!
Happy Birthday Papa ji!! pic.twitter.com/p2bqn4LJ6q
— Dr. Misa Bharti (@MisaBharti) June 10, 2021
Nitish Kumar congratulated like this
Regarding Lalu Yadav’s birthday, CM Nitish Kumar said that congratulations are ours, we congratulate everyone.
Lalu Yadav is in Delhi these days
Let us tell you that Lalu Yadav is in Delhi these days. After getting bail, he is living with his daughter and Rajya Sabha MP Misa Bharti. It cannot be said about when he will come to Patna, but it is believed that he is not coming to Patna due to Corona.
Center’s vaccination policy was attacked
In May, Lalu Yadav had said that today the government is not able to provide corona vaccine even with money. Lalu Yadav said, ‘In 1996-97, when we were the Janata Dal government in the country of socialists, of which I was the national president, then we made a world record for polio vaccination. At that time there was no facility and awareness like today, yet on 07 December 1996, 11.74 crore babies and on 18 January 1997 12.73 crore babies were given polio vaccine. That was India’s world record.