- Today is the 74th birthday of former Bihar Chief Minister and RJD supremo Lalu Yadav.
- Lalu Yadav was a member of all the four houses (Vidhan Sabha, Legislative Council, Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha)
- People miss Lalu Yadav’s speech in the rustic style and words like ‘Hut Burbak’
Rashtriya Janata Dal supremo Lalu Yadav is currently not present in active politics. Now it is not possible for everyone to meet Lalu Yadav. It is not possible that he should not be discussed in the politics of Bihar. His not being active in the assembly elections 2020 was also a matter of discussion.
Lalu was once the voice of the downtrodden and downtrodden of Bihar
The political journey of Lalu Prasad Yadav, who ruled Bihar for 15 years, started from the 1970s. Lalu Prasad Yadav, who was active in the JP movement, fought for the dalits-backward and the downtrodden from the road to the house. It was the result of the power given by Lalu Yadav that the Dalit-backward and downtrodden, whose voice did not come out of their mouth, openly came out in support of Lalu Yadav to fight for their rights. On the strength of these people, Lalu Yadav ruled Bihar for 15 years. But this vote bank of Lalu Prasad Yadav went away from him after first increasing crime and then getting caught in the fodder scam case and in 2005 Lalu Prasad Yadav had to be ousted from power.
Lalu Yadav specializes in copying others
Lalu Prasad Yadav himself had said from an election platform that he enjoys doing mimicry. However, in the speech given in the rustic style of Lalu Yadav in the 2020 Vidhan Sabha elections, with words like ‘Ae Burbak’, ‘Tabla Baje Dhin-Dhin, Ek Namo Par Teen-Teen’, ‘Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram, bid farewell to BJP. Rumors like ‘De Bhagwan’ and ‘Gandhi-Peer Ali Ka Hai Bihar, Nahi Banegi BJP Sarkar’ were not heard. You will remember how Lalu Yadav mimicked Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the 2015 assembly elections. Prime Minister Narendra Modi had announced a package to Bihar. But who can forget the way Lalu Yadav copied it.
Lalu’s no answer in political maneuvering
The lack of Lalu Prasad Yadav, who brought RJD back to power in 2015 due to political maneuvers, was greatly missed by the party people along with his family members in 2020. Because after a crushing defeat in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, formed a grand alliance with Nitish Kumar, who broke away from the BJP in 2015. Due to the politics of Lalu Yadav, not only did the government of the Grand Alliance formed with an absolute majority in 2015, but Lalu Yadav had once again proved that he is a skilled player of political maneuvers.
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Even though Lalu Yadav, who was serving a sentence in the fodder scam at the time of the 2020 assembly elections, was imprisoned, he used to make his presence felt in the politics of Bihar even after being in jail. What Lalu Prasad Yadav called the Chief Minister of Bihar Nitish Kumar as a Paltimar, even today his supporters call Nitish Kumar a Paltimar. That is, Lalu Prasad Yadav uses a word only after seeing the pulse of his voter and supporter.
Lalu Yadav gives a big message while making the crowd laugh
The RJD supremo had given the name of BJP ‘Bharat Jalao Party’. In the 2015 elections, when Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced a package of 1.25 lakh crore for Bihar. Then Lalu Yadav also mimicked the Prime Minister in his typical style regarding the package. With that, instead of PM’s package, discussion of Lalu Prasad’s mimicry started. Then Lalu Prasad Yadav had said in his rally that, ‘Modi ji, don’t speak in this style or else the nerve in the neck will be pulled’.
The copy of Lalu Yadav’s PM is still popular. Even after being ousted from power, Lalu Yadav remained among the people. Lalu Yadav also used to respond to the attack on himself in such a way that people used to get flustered. Lalu Yadav, who faced the attack of opponents during his crisis, said that ‘Haathi pade panki mein, jackal mare huchuki’. That is, if the elephant gets trapped, then the jackal will laugh. Along with this, Lalu Yadav used to say that the elephant does not care if the jackal laughs because if the crisis comes, it will go.