PM Modi’s advice to Lalu Prasad’s son Tejashwi Yadav: ‘Lose weight a little’

Patna: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday made his first visit to the state of Bihar in more than a year. When PM Modi arrived for the inauguration of the Bihar Bhawan memorial pillar, Chief Minister Nitish Kumar apprised him of the more than 100-year-old history of the state assembly. Bihar’s Leader of Opposition Tejashwi Yadav also spoke to PM Modi, who asked him about the health of his father and former Bihar CM Lalu Prasad Yadav, who is currently admitted at AIIMS Delhi. Reportedly, the Prime Minister had also given a health advisory for Tejashwi – ‘weight a little bit’, as if to lose some weight.

Known to be a fitness enthusiast, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the 71-year-old swears by yoga as a way of life and often shares videos of him practicing asanas. Tejashwi, 32, was a professional cricketer before joining politics full-time. PM Modi’s advice for Tejashwi was definitely given keeping health in mind.

Meanwhile, Modi, while participating in a function to mark the centenary celebrations of the Bihar Legislative Assembly in Patna on Tuesday, said that India is the “mother of all democracies”, based on the legacy of ancient republics like Vaishali, and was satisfied with it. expressed. The nation’s march towards becoming a “mature democracy”. “India is a democracy because we believe in harmony… We are often told that India is the biggest democracy. I want the countrymen to remember that we are not only the largest, India is the largest of all democracies. is the mother.” Modi said.

Expressing happiness over being the “first prime minister to visit the Bihar Legislative Assembly”, Modi recalled that the state was home to Vaishali, which is said to be the world’s oldest republic. Recalling events like Mahatma Gandhi’s Champaran Satyagraha to make his point, Modi said, “Many people say that democracy came to India because of Western influence. By doing so they weaken the legacy of Bihar.” “It is not a mere coincidence that the centenary celebrations of the assembly complex are being held simultaneously with the Amrit Mahotsav (75th anniversary) of Azadi,” the PM said.

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Before the PM’s address, there were speeches of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, Speaker of the Assembly Vijay Kumar Sinha and Leader of the Opposition Tejashwi Yadav.