With the 2019 elections nearing, all the politicians have started the new gimmicks to win the public favor. Taking the cue from these gimmicks, RJD leader, and former Bihar health minister Tej Pratap Yadav took bath at the home of a Dalit in Karhatiya panchayat area in Mahua in Bihar. He took to microblogging site Twitter to share photographs of the same.
Tej Pratap used a handpump installed at the home of a Dalit family in the area. While tweeting the pictures, the RJD leader said that he enjoyed a “sweet experience”. His post was retweeted by his brother and former Bihar deputy chief minister Tejashwi Yadav.
Though their father Lalu Prasad Yadav who was jailed in the disappropriate assets case, both Tejaswi and Tej Pratap are busy promoting their party to get back into the power in the next elections.
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