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Lalu’s son mocks ‘social justice’, cuts cake in chartered plane to celebrate 30th B’Day

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PATNA: Tejashwi Yadav, RJD leader and younger son of jailed party chief Lalu Prasad, is facing flak for celebrating his 30th birthday in style in a chartered plane.

Tejashwi who is considered heir apparent and believed to be taking forward the fight of the poor and deprived sections of the society came in the firing line of the opposition after the photographs of his birthday bash in special flight went viral in the social media.

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It is not clear where these pictures were taken but the photographs show Tejashwi sitting in the flight and cutting the birthday cake with close confidantes around.

Lalu's son mocks 'social justice', cuts cake in chartered plane to celebrate 30th B'Day
Tejashwi having breakfast in chartered plane with close confidantes after celebrating 30th Birthday

After cutting the cake, the young Yadav scion is also seen having breakfast with selected few, one of them being Bhola Yadav, considered very close to his father.

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Tejashwi turned 30 on Saturday but his birthday had remained a clam affair at his official residence at Patna. His “hidden” face sudden came before the masses when the pictures of his birthday celebration in mid air went viral.

“Shame on you, Tejashwiji. Your father is lying lick on the bed after being convicted in fodder scandal and you are cutting the cake in chartered plane,” quipped JD-U spokesperson Sanjay Singh.

The BJP hit even more hard. “It is pity that you have turned out to be a Yuvraj, rather than emerging as the leader of the poor,” remarked BJP spokesperson Nikhil Anand.

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