‘All’s well that ends well’: Lalu offers last-mile help to Rohini

In a bid to strike an emotional chord with his audience, Lalu said, “I am among you at the last moment.
‘All’s well that ends well’: Lalu offers last-mile help to Rohini

PATNA: RJD chief Lalu Prasad has left nothing to chance to bolster the prospects of his daughter Rohini Acharya, who is contesting Lok Sabha election from the Saran seat. The veteran leader sought votes for Rohini by saying, “Anth bhala to sab bhala” (All is well that ends well).

The Saran constituency will go to polls in the fifth phase of elections scheduled to be held on Monday. Rohini is pitted against sitting BJP MP Rajiv Pratap Rudy.

As Rohini confronts the uncertainties of electoral politics for the first time, Lalu emerged from his ‘election war room’ in Chhapra and went to the electorate before conclusion of the campaign on Saturday evening.

In a bid to strike an emotional chord with his audience, Lalu said, “I am among you at the last moment. Anth bhala to sab bhala. It is very hot weather. Votes will be cast on May 20. All of you make Rohini victorious by a huge margin.”

‘All’s well that ends well’: Lalu offers last-mile help to Rohini
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The RJD leader had been camping in Chhapra for nearly one week, formulating strategy for his daughter’s election, along with his old friends and RJD workers. Rohini’s brother and RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav had also campaigned for her.

Rohini, an MBBS doctor, is the fourth child of Lalu to enter the electoral fray. His three other children — Misa Bharti, Tejashwi Yadav and Tej Pratap Yadav — are also in politics. Misa, who has been elected to Rajya Sabha for a second consecutive term, is presently contesting election from Patliputra constituency while Tejashwi and Tej Pratap had already served as deputy chief minister and minister twice. Lalu had been frequently targeted by Prime Minister Narendra Modi for dynastic politics.

Lalu’s war room

The RJD leader had been camping in Chhapra for nearly one week, strategising for his daughter’s election, along with his old friends and RJD workers. Rohini’s brother and RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav had also campaigned for his sister.

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