Tej Pratap Yadav, the elder son of Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) national president Lalu Prasad Yadav, is in discussion about his new business these days. He has opened an outlet to sell his brand of incense sticks on the outskirts of the capital Patna. He named it LR or Largest Reach. Where BJP has taken a jibe at his business. On the other hand, RJD has supported it.
Regarding his new business, Tej Pratap said, ‘I have been doing puja for a long time and am associated with incense sticks. I was inspired by a friend from Delhi who makes incense sticks from flowers in his factory. On this, BJP says that it is a good thing that they are exploring alternatives.
BJP spokesperson Nikhil Anand said, “Best wishes to Tej Pratap for his new business. The way he has been sidelined in the party, it is good that he is looking for an alternative. Tejashwi can feel relieved as he raises the tantrums of his brother the most.
On the other hand, RJD spokesperson Mrityunjay Tiwari defended Tej Pratap. Nitish Kumar The government has been attacked. He said, ‘What’s wrong with that? When the present government has failed to generate employment, they have set an example for the youth by starting startups.
Abhishek Choubey, manager of Tej Pratap’s outlet, said that Tej Pratap has been keeping a close watch on the business but he rarely visits the shop. He also told that the MLA of Hasanpur started the business in March but due to Kovid lockdown Because of this it was soon closed.
Choubey is optimistic about the business. “Business inquiries have been made from Mumbai and Indore and its (agarbatti) is being supplied to all parts of Bihar,” he said. Presently they are making 19 types of scented incense sticks. The price of 200 gm pack ranges from 320 to 1020 while the cost of 100 gm pack is 170 to 530.