Patna: Bihar's Health Minister and RJD supremo Lalu Prasad’s elder son Tej Pratap Yadav on Friday suggested that people should take to horse riding to curb pollution and prevent traffic jams.
Commenting on the rising pollution in the state capital, Tej Pratap Yadav hit the Patna streets on a horse. Clad in jeans and a pullover the Mahua MLA took everyone by surprise riding a brown stallion. Security personnel followed him - on foot and some on horseback of course.
He reminded onlookers of former JD(U) legislator (now Independent MLA from Mokama), Anant Singh, who was often seen riding on his horses or horse-drawn carriages in the VIP zones of Patna.
Later, Tej Pratap returned in a car to the 10 Circular Road residence followed by security personnel in cars and jeeps.