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Congress MP Ranjeet Hogs the Limelight on a Harley

Congress MP from Supaul Ranjeet Ranjan on Tuesday rode an orange Harley Davidson motorcycle to Parliament.

Published: 09th March 2016 04:59 AM  |   Last Updated: 09th March 2016 04:59 AM   |  A+A-

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Ranjeet Ranjan Lok Sabha MP from Supaul Bihar rides a Harley Davidson bike at Parliament in New Delhi on International Women's Day on Tuesday.

NEW DELHI: She is known to be a feisty MP and a powerful orator, but breaking all stereotypes Congress MP from Supaul Ranjeet Ranjan on Tuesday rode an orange Harley Davidson motorcycle to Parliament to mark the International Women’s Day.  

Ranjeet, better known to many as Bihar strongman Pappu Yadav’s wife, rode her motorcycle into Parliament House, wearing a blue outfit, helmet and sunglasses. The MP who was the cynosure of all eyes in the Parliament complex rode around for sometime before parking and entering the Lok Sabha. Ranjeet told the media she was very possessive about her bike and did not even let her two children or husband touch it. She said she had purchased it with her own earnings. The cost of a Harley-Davidson starts at `4.5 lakh.

“My life has been such that my parents have never objected to whatever I have done so far,” the MP said, adding she was open to coming to Parliament on the bike everyday.



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