Lalu Prasad Yadav's son Tej Pratap Yadav was in Aurangabad on Sunday, November 19 where he addressed a crowd of his supporters reminding them that just because he was no more the Health Minister or his dad's party was no more in power, there was no reason to write him off from the political landscape of Bihar.
Did I hear you say, "so what"?
Yup, I'd say the same thing. Politicians are going to be politicians; what's new about that?
Well, wait until you hear what he said at the public rally.
"The education in Bihar has gone into coma. No teaching is being done in Bihar colleges and the schools are in worst shape than ever before," the elder 'Lalu ke Lal' said.
Need I remind you that this genius is an intermediate fail and his younger sibling, who is not the Fredo of the family, is a 9th dropout?
Yes, it's like getting lectured by Harvey Weinstein on sexual harassment of women. Or being told about the demerits of dynastic politics by Rahul Gandhi. Or, being lectured on the ill-effects of alcohol by Al Capone. Or attending a seminar on the health hazards of smoking by Phillip Morris. Or getting a lesson on a unified India by Raj Thackeray. Or getting a lecture on the need to eliminate caste-based politics by Lalu Prasad Yadav. Or MS Dhoni being given lesson in cricket by Tejaswi Yadav.
Well, you get the picture.
Speaking to the crowd, the 'Dronacharya' of our time said that until the youths of all communities unite, students will not get what rightly belongs to them.
Wow! Sheer brilliance! This is so deep. Somewhere India's second President Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan is watching in amazement as Bihar's shining star talks about strengthening education in the state reminding young boys and girls to stay in school – lest they want to turn out like him!
Oh, by the way, if you think Misa Bharti earned her medical degree then I have a Gandhi Maidan to sell to you.