Lalu Prasad Yadav’s son Tej Pratap, had landed himself in the hands of trolls once again by riding a horse through the streets of Patna.
Tej Pratap, who is also the Health Minister of Bihar, spoke to the media and said, “There is so much pollution and traffic jams because of so many vehicles… it’s better to ride a horse”.
Indian cities have been grappling with rising pollution, and have been coming up with methods to curb pollution. In the wake of Delhi’s Odd-Even rule, where only vehicles with odd and even numbers will be allowed on the roads alternatively, this takes it to a different level.
Tej Pratap landed in controversy when the Nitish-Lalu combine swept the recent Bihar elections. As he was swearing in, he misspelt the words in his oath, and had to be corrected by the Governor twice.