TEJ PRATAP YADAV CHANGED HIS DECISION, NOW HE WILL TAKE DIVORCE

Tej Pratap Yadav wants to give second chance to his married life
TEJ PRATAP YADAV CHANGED HIS DECISION, NOW HE WILL TAKE DIVORCE

Tej Pratap Yadav had upset his family by filling divorce in court. Now he changed his decision of taking divorce. The mercurial former state minister is wont to bizarre behavior and only last week had expressed his sentiments hinting that reconciliation was not on the cards.

He cryptically wrote a stanza from a versa composed by 16th-century poet Abdul Rahim Khan-e-Khana "tute se Phir na jute, jute ganth pari Jaye."

If it gets snapped it cannot be mended and any attempt to do so result in knots.

Tej Partap Yadav had got married to Aishwarya Rai in a big bash in Patna that saw a host of celebrities including politicians turn up to greet the Couple.

The marriage took place in Patna on May 14, 2018, and the guests included Chief Minister Nitish Kumar union minister Ramvilas Paswan Samajwadi party chief Akhilesh Yadav congress leaders Digvijay Singh and Abhishek Manu Singhvi and disgruntled BJP MP Shatrughan Sinha attended the ceremony.

His sister Misa Bharti had said in early October was "tension between her brothers" and that she would no longer tolerate backstabbing within the party. She, however, backtracked later on.

Bharti while addressing a small gathering of party workers in Maner, Patna, where she said "where can you find that there is absolutely no strain or ill feeling? A little unease is everywhere. All fingers of a hand are not the same, when our family brothers are not getting along then you know that RJD is a much bigger family.

The young leader who is predisposed to dress up as Lord Krishna and was the laughing stock for fumbling his lines while taking oath as a Bihar minister had dismissed speculations that there was family strife because he was overshadowed by his younger brother. He had called them attempts to drive a wedge between "Krishna and Balram."

The RJD leader who had been away from the public eye for some time and whose absence at a meeting of top party leaders triggered fresh speculations of trouble within the Yadav family was speaking to a regional news channel outside his residence in the state capital.

I had gone to Mathura on a pilgrimage and fallen ill. Upon return, I spent my time recuperating and that is the only reason why I was not present at the meeting.

Otherwise, all people known that I do attend all RJD functions the state's former health minister had said.

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