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Gopalganj19 minutes agoAuthor: Amit Jaiswal
- The same situation was done by Lalu Prasad while working as Chief Minister in Phulwaria of Gopalganj district.
- Even if Tejashwi became Deputy Chief Minister and Tej Pratap Health Minister, he did not go to build anything in his village.
Instead of discussing what RJD president Lalu Prasad Yadav did for Bihar and what not, the people of Phulwaria of Gopalganj are still living by remembering the work done for the village in Lalu’s time. No one speaks against, but people cannot hide the truth and its pain that Lalu Putra, the slogan of “New Bihar, Tejashwi Sarkar” has completely forgotten this village.
A 40-year-old woman was found, asked the name and started running. Even after stopping and did not mention the name, just said so much in Bhojpuri- “J kilan u lalu ji, betavan sab khakahan na aile”. Jay Lukta, he was Oisne 20 years ago. I am J Kameilan-Banilan, but Phulwaria Jhankhuam Na Ailan. ” The pain of these things is seen everywhere. The hospital is there, but the system of the last century.
Tejashwi-Tej Pratap does not come, but does not complain to Lalu
When NewsBust India’s team reached the referral hospital, two people met in a room talking there. Both were government employees. One of them belonged to Phulwaria. He spoke on condition of anonymity. Told that Lalu Prasad came to his village only in 2017. After this he had to go to jail in the fodder scam. He is not in this assembly election. What is in them is not in their children.
Tej Pratap and Tejashwi Yadav do not even come in their daylight. They do not even keep contact with the people here. The people of the village do not even recognize both brothers. Tejashwi Yadav became Deputy Chief Minister of Bihar and Tej Pratap became Health Minister, but did nothing for Phulwaria. Both of his sons are not talking about his Lalu ji. There was nothing in Phulwaria till Lalu became the Chief Minister. There was no road, no electricity. There was no hospital to treat people. There was no primary school for the education of children. However, Surat changed when Lalu became Chief Minister.
This is the same house where Lalu Yadav’s childhood passed.
Lalu is the only person from home to village, not a new generation
Lalu Prasad has two old houses here. The first consists of a brother’s son and his family. In the second house, the second brother’s son-grandson and family members live. In the courtyard of this house, a statue of Lalu Prasad’s mother Marchhiya Devi also remains, which was inaugurated by Rabri Devi while Chief Minister. People say that no one in the Lalu family has any connection with this village except Lalu-Rabri. If Tejashwi became Deputy Chief Minister and Tej Pratap became Health Minister in 2015, new facilities would be added. The pain of not having anything new is evident, but when it comes to speak, people start telling the work done by Lalu Prasad.
Hospital, police, block, train… all given by Lalu
After becoming the Chief Minister, Lalu Prasad built the first referral hospital in the village. It is named after Lalu Prasad’s mother Marchhiya Devi. After this, a police out post was opened in Phulwaria, which later became a police station. Lalu Prasad made Phulkariya a block. Sub registrar office opened. Built a power station for electricity. After this, people from all over Phulwaria and other nearby villages started getting electricity.
When Lalu Prasad became the Railway Minister in the UPA Government at the Center, a new railway line was laid up to Bhatni in Uttar Pradesh via Phulwaria. Trains run from Hajipur to Panchdevadi on this route.
Lalu Yadav had built a hospital in the village in the name of his mother Marchhiya Devi.
Children had to go to Bathua first.
In a house in Phulwaria, private teacher Ibrahim was teaching tuition to children. Are residents of this village. He says that there was no system of primary education of the first children inside the village. During his tenure, Lalu opened two government middle schools. Through them, the high school is now open in the adjacent village of Maripur. There was no good road nor sewer inside the village, but the village changed as soon as they became CM.