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Ticket aspirants for Bihar assembly elections are resorting to all possible means to reach out to jailed RJD supremo and former chief minister Lalu Prasad Yadav, who was currently lodged at the bungalow of RIMS director, to put forward their bio-data for staking a claim for the party ticket.

After news got published that aspirants were daily lining up to meet Yadav, the district administration has deployed three magistrates at the spot due to which it has now become difficult for the ticket aspirants to meet Yadav.

Working out a different method to reach the senior leader, aspirants are now sending their messages through speed posts and couriers.

Citing unconfirmed sources, news agency UNI said that the people are now using the help of speed posts and couriers to send their message to Yadav. It has been learnt that more than 3,000 bio-data have reached to Yadav.

Earlier people use to reach at the Kelly Bungalow and stake their claim for tickets.

The jail IG was forced to write a letter to district administration to check these unallowed meetings after which Ranchi DC Chhavi Ranjan deployed three magistrates at the spot due to which people coming from Bihar are not able to meet Yadav.

Some of leaders of RJD who were found roaming inside the RIMS premises said that though they are not able to meet their leader but are sending the messages through speed posts and couriers.

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