Lalu Prasad Yadav, a Bihar politician who has been ill for some time, will receive a kidney from his daughter Rohini Acharya.
Later this month, the Rashtriya Janta Dal leader will undergo a kidney transplant.
“That is correct. I’m Destiny’s child, and I’m overjoyed to donate my kidney to Papa”, she stated. Lalu Yadav’s second daughter, Rohini Acharya, is based in Singapore.
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Lalu Yadav, 74, returned from Singapore last month after receiving treatment. The veteran politician and three-time Bihar chief minister has been afflicted with a variety of health issues.
He recently suggested a kidney transplant.
“Rohini Acharya stepped in to give her father a new lease of life,” a family member told the news agency PTI.
Who is Rohini Acharya?
Rohini Acharya is the younger of two daughters born to Lalu Prasad and Rabri Yadav. Her mother, Rabri Devi, is a former Bihar Chief Minister, and her father is the president of the Rashtriya Janata Dal, a former Bihar Chief Minister, and a former Railway Minister of India.
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She is the oldest of eight siblings, with seven brothers. Her siblings -Tejpratap Yadav and Tejashwi Yadav are both police officers. Misa Bharti, her sister, is a doctor and a police officer. She has been in the United States for a long time.
She married Samaresh Singh, a software engineer from the United States, in 2002.
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Despite the fact that she is currently based in Singapore, Acharya actively comments on political issues in India, particularly Bihar. Acharya, like other Yadav family members, has her share of controversies.
Her 2002 wedding made national headlines when it was claimed that her uncle Subhash Yadav had forcibly removed over 50 new cars from showrooms in order to transport guests to the wedding venue. After Acharya’s wedding, the cars were reportedly returned to the showrooms.