Lalu Prasad playing Proxy for his son Tej Pratap like the role Played by Husbands of Lady Mukhiyas.
In case of Lady Mukhiyas ,one can believe that the root cause for this prevalent is illiteracy, lack of confidence and training of these women representatives. But in the case of former Bihar chief minster Lalu Prasad Yadav, none of above points are exist. Tej Pratap is the son of Former CM and he is ought to be silver spoon fed.
For women mukhiyas the government is conscious of this problem and is making provisions to train and assist these women representatives. Likewise, Does Chief Minister Nitish need to train Health minister Tej Pratap?
The controversy has stoked a day after LJD chief Lalu Prasad surprise inspection of Patna’s Indira Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences. He has instructed the Darbhanga district civil surgeon to reinstate Mamata workers whose services had been discontinued by the health department recently, an issue picked up by the Opposition to slam his leadership by “proxy”.
The issue came to light after the civil surgeon, Dr Sriram Singh, wrote a letter to the Darbhanga Medical College and Hospital’s (DMCH) medical superintendent Monday, referring to “telephonic instructions” from Lalu, and seeking their immediate reinstatement.
Dr Singh wrote that following “telephonic instructions from RJD president Lalu Prasad, Mamata workers should be reinstated immediately”. He said health services in the district would be affected unless these workers are reinstated. Dr Singh marked a copy of his letter to the district magistrate, Bihar Rajya Swasthya Samiti executive director, the health department’s principal secretary, and the RJD supremo. No copy was marked to Tej Pratap Yadav, the state health minister and Lalu’s elder son Tej Pratap.