Lalu's elder son to sell rice after making Incense stick
Lalu's elder son to sell rice after making Incense stick

Patna: Tej Pratap Yadav, the eldest son of former Bihar Chief Minister Lalu Prasad Yadav, has been a part of the discussions for a long time. Resentment from his family and party is still continuing. In fact, Tej Pratap, the eldest son of the RJD supremo, is angry with his younger brother and the leader of the opposition in the House. In fact, Lalu himself has accepted this. In fact, he said two days ago, 'The dispute between the two brothers will end soon.'

Amidst all this, Tej Pratap, MLA of Hasanpur Assembly in Samastipur and former Bihar Health Minister, has said about his new business. In fact, he is already doing Incense stick making business, but now he is trying his hand at the rice mill business. In fact, he has also decided to launch this new business in the name of Lalu-Rabri (LR). In a tweet last Friday, Tej Pratap spoke about his new business. His company has been named LR Rice and Multigrain Private Limited. The slogan of the company is: 'Grow your own, eat your own, earn your own, Jai Bihar.'

As part of the information received, five products of the company will be launched before Diwali. Its showroom is set to be built at Tej Pratap Nagar in Anisabad, Patna. Recently, Tejpratap claimed that "there will be more emphasis on the purity of the product. If someone proves that there is adulteration in the product of our company, he will be rewarded.'' Tej Pratap had become a businessman a few days ago and had started an Incense stick factory recently. The Incense stick was launched in the name of his parents Lalu-Rabri (LR) and a factory called 'Lalu Khatal' was started at Danapur in Badaya Patna.

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