RJD chief Tej Pratap Yadav on Monday prolonged greetings to his youthful brother and opposition’s CM candidate Tejashwi Yadav on his birthday. Tejashwi is celebrating his 32nd birthday right this moment.
“Comfortable Birthday tutu.. #HBD_CMTejashwi (sic),” he tweeted. Tej Pratap’s point out of ‘CM’ in his tweet gained consideration as a number of exit polls have predicted victory for the RJD-led grand alliance within the Bihar Meeting elections. A number of congratulatory posters have additionally been put in Patna with birthday greetings to Tejashwi.
Comfortable Birthday tutu.. 😘🎉💕🤚🎁❤️🎂#HBD_CMTejashwi
— Tej Pratap Yadav (@TejYadav14) November 9, 2020
Counting of votes in Bihar for all of the 243 Meeting seats will happen on November 10. The Election Fee of India has made elaborate preparations for the graceful conduct of the method.
The RJD has warned the get together staff towards indulging in celebratory firing and ‘uncivil behaviour’ in the direction of rivals on the day of counting of votes on November 10, no matter the outcomes. “Regardless of the election outcomes are on November 10, it needs to be accepted with absolute restraint, simplicity and courtesy. Improper fireworks, celebratory firing and uncivil behaviour in the direction of our rivals or their supporters won’t be accepted at any price,” the get together tweeted.
Tejashwi had taken the electoral plunge from Raghopur in 2015, when he had barely reached the qualifying age of 25 for combating polls. He gained the election and went on to develop into the deputy to CM Nitish Kumar, whom he would name chacha (uncle) then. However the alliance fell aside in 2017, and now Tejashwi is difficult his chacha for the highest put up.
Tejashwi is searching for re-election from Raghopur Meeting seat in Vaishali district and aggressively tried to money in on the anti-incumbency issue towards the Nitish Kumar authorities throughout the marketing campaign.
Tejashwi, seen as Lalu’s political inheritor, is the chief of opposition within the outgoing meeting. He’s additionally the youngest opposition chief of a legislative meeting.