In the wake of being condemned to three and a half years in prison regarding a grain trick case, Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) boss Lalu Prasad Yadav has been apportioned his obligation as a detainee in the correctional facility. As indicated by Prabhat Khabar, the previous Bihar boss pastor will act as a cultivator in the Birsa Munda imprison where has been stopped since his conviction.

The RJD boss will be paid Rs 93 every day for the activity, says the report.

In the mean time, Lalu took to Twitter to share his musings about his conviction and condemning in an open letter.

In the letter, written in Hindi, Lalu said his conviction did not make him frightened and that he’d never bargain with political belief systems of secularism and rights for Dalits and in reverse classes.

The letter dispatches a searing assault on BJP, RSS and ‘Manuvadis’.

In a different tweet, he blames BJP for falling back on ‘dark enchantment’ and ‘witchcraft’.

“As opposed to rehearsing BJP’s Simple Rule – “Tail us or We will Fix you”. I will bite the dust cheerfully settling myself for Social equity, congruity and balance,” another tweet said.

The RJD supremo was condemned to 3.5 years in prison and fined Rs 10 lakh by the unique CBI court in the grain trick case identifying with false withdrawal of Rs 89.27 lakh from the Deoghar Treasury 21 years back.

On December 23, Lalu had said that his Twitter handle will be worked by his office in counsel with his family while he’s in prison.

Responding to the condemning, Lalu’s family and gathering individuals hit out BJP and Janata Dal (United).

Lalu’s more youthful child and RJD pioneer Tejashwi Yadav said they would speak to the High Court countering the judgment.

“Lalu isn’t the name of a man yet of a belief system. We, his devotees, won’t be cowed down,” said Tejashwi.

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