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Tej Pratap was playing Holi, thieves stole property worth lakhsNews WAALI

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Charges on 6 artists from Vrindavan

Patna : Goods worth lakhs of rupees have been stolen from the house of Tej Pratap Yadav, the eldest son of RJD supremo Lalu Yadav and a minister in the Bihar government. A complaint has been made on behalf of Tej Pratap Yadav at Kotwali police station in Patna. This happened when Tej Pratap was playing Holi with colors and gulal was wearing Kanha outfit on Holi day.

Tej Pratap’s personal assistant has said in a complaint submitted to the Secretariat police station that a laptop and other valuables were stolen from his house. In this regard, the suspicion of theft has been expressed on the artistes who came from Vrindavan to play Holi instead of Tej Pratap on the day of Holi. This incident of theft happened on the night of March 9.
It was stated in the complaint that goods worth Rs 5 lakh were stolen from the official residence of Minister Tej Pratap Yadav at 3 Strand Road. In this regard, allegations of theft have been made against 6 artists including Deepak Kumar who came from Vrindavan. According to sources, when Tej Pratap’s people spoke to Deepak in this regard, he threatened over the phone.

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Tej Pratap came to know about the theft on the morning of 10 March. After this, the goods were being discovered and during the same time the needle of doubt has gone on the artists of Vrindavan.
Significantly, Tej Pratap was seen in the garb of Lord Krishna on Holi. She not only played Holi while playing the flute, but also played Holi with a stick. On Holi day, he also made a video call to his father Lalu Yadav and congratulated him on Holi.

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