Ranchi, Sep 3: Jailed former Bihar Chief Minister and RJD supremo Lalu
Prasad Yadav has asked the RIMS administration to shift him to the
paying ward as the toilet in his present ward was full of stench which
is making life difficult for him.
RIMS Director R K Srivasatv said that he had received a letter from Mr
Yadav in which he has asked to be shifted to the paying ward. He said
that the letter has been forwarded to the jail administration and the
district administration. Dr Srivasatv said that ECG and Echo have been
also performed on Mr Yadav but their reports are awaited.
Meanwhile RJD MLA Bhola Yadav who is also fulfilling the role of
attendant of the former Chief Minister said that dog barking was a
common problem which disturbs the sleep but the biggest problems is
that of toilet which is full of stench and instead of improvement his
health was further declining. Bhola Yadav said that no progress has
been reported in the health condition of his party’s boss.
Adding further he said that it is also important for Lalu Yadav to do
regular walks but he is not able to get open space. He said that in
his present ward there is lots of traffic so he is facing problems in
having a walk. Bhola Yadav said that three days ago a letter was
written to RIMS administration demanding a paying ward due to stench
coming out from the toilets and it was also said that they would
foot-in the bills for the paying but till now no action has been