Wellness a running style in discussions in between PM and also RJD leader. While PM Modi approves yoga, Tejashwi Yadav made use of to be a cricketer.

Bihar’s Leader of Opposition Tejashwi Yadav obtained some recommendations today when he met Head of state Narendra Modi. “Wazan kam karo (Decrease weight),” the PM reportedly told Mr Yadav, before sharing goodbyes after a function at the state assembly.

Health was a running motif in their quick discussions at the event. While PM Modi, 71, is big on yoga exercise and also in some cases shares videos of his routine, 32-year-old Tejashwi Yadav, leader of the Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD), utilized to be a professional cricketer prior to using up national politics full time with papa Lalu Prasad Yadav.

sq54renPM Modi asked him concerning RJD Head Of State Lalu Prasad Yadav’s health and wellness also. The former principal priest, 74, remains in Delhi AIIMS due to a shoulder fracture. “He’s now out of Critical Treatment,” Tejashwi Yadav informed the PM, that subsequently shared a more recent upgrade– “I’ve seen he’s now able to sit in a chair also.”

A picture of Lalu Yadav in a chair in his medical facility area was lately shared on Twitter. Out on bail in a fodder scam situation, Lalu Yadav had a fall at home in Patna. He was shifted to the premier medical facility in Delhi as he has heart and kidney conditions as well. PM Modi had actually called Tejashwi Yadav for an upgrade recently too.

When it comes to the function where these wellness notes were traded, it was to commemorate 100 years of the Bihar assembly building. Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and also Speaker Vijay Kumar Sinha, that belongs to the BJP, existed too as PM Modi ushered in a Centenary Pillar on the setting up facilities. This was the very first time a head of state pertained to the Bihar setting up complicated. That’s being attributed to the impact of Audio speaker Vijay Kumar Sinha, that originates from the BJP. The PM laid the foundation of a museum as well.

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Last Updated: 12 July 2022