Amid the speculations over inner tussle in the RJD, Lalu Prasad Yadav's elder son Tej Pratap Yadav was seen campaigning for his sister and party's candidate from Bihar's Pataliputra Misa Bharti on Wednesday.
A video has been accessed which shows Tej Pratap Yadav carrying out a bike rally in which he himself can be seen driving a Bullet. As per inputs, the RJD leader carried out the bike rally as a campaign for his sister Misa Bharti. The video shows a number of bikes and cars followed by Tej Pratap's Bullet through the journey in Pataliputra Lok Sabha constituency.
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Family members of former Chief Minister of Bihar have been trying to brush aside the claims of inner feud in the family. However, at times when Lalu Yadav's son Tej Pratap campaigned against the RJD at various places, it was out in open.
Earlier, speaking to Republic, Lalu's daughter Misa Bharti had said that the national chief of the party is Lalu Prasad Yadav, even as she had named as many as five people when asked who is leading the party in the absence of her father and former CM of Bihar. She said:
"We all are there, Lalu ji, Tejashwi ji, Tej Pratap ji, Abdul Bari Siddiqui ji, Raghuvansh ji Tejashwi ji is campaigning, Rabri ji is campaigning, Mahagathbandhan's Upendra Kushwaha is campaigning, Mahagathbandhan's Manjhi ji is campaigning. If you recall Tej Pratap's interview, you will remember that he said Tejashwi is his Arjuna (from Mahabharata) and he is with Mahagathbandhan."
Opening up on the rumours of a feud between her two sons, Tej Pratap Yadav and Tejashwi Yadav, and Tej Pratap campaigning against the RJD in Jahanabad, their mother Rabri Devi had also said that everything is okay in the family.
"There's no problem between them. Everything is fine. I talk to him daily. There is no feud in family. Both my sons are fine. You call him, see you can talk to him or not. He will come home when he wants."
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