Long post written on Facebook
Rohini shared a screenshot of the news of the Hindustan Times, wrote on Facebook – Companions, the Hindustan Times added my name to the Rajya Sabha seat. I want to clarify that I have no intention of coming into active politics. Bihar is my home. My sense is Is my native place. Obviously it will be going to come and go. I am coming to Patna to meet father and family The arrival of my Patna should not be linked to the ambition of becoming MP-MLA. Media persons are requested not to write anything without information.
It is not necessary that only becoming MP, MLA is politics. Raising voice for the rights of people is social and national duty. I am from a political family, RJD is a historic political party advocating social justice. It is clear that I support the party. Writing on social media, strengthening the voice of the people, supporting the party, taking care of papa, supporting Misa Siddhi-Sharad-Stavid is my purpose. I will continue to do this. I will keep raising voice for protecting the self-respect of Bihar. Media people are not requested to write compromised things.
The news was going on for several days
Some media houses were claiming that Rohini wants to go to the Rajya Sabha and her eyesight is on the Rajya Sabha seat which falls vacant next year. Rohini lives in Singapore with her husband Samaresh Singh. Though he constantly writes on the social media in favor of the RJD.
The whole family is in concert
Because of Rohini's coming into the state, the wind also swept away because her whole family is doing politics only. Father Lalu Yadav and mother Rabri Devi have remained the CM of Bihar. The elder sister is Misa Rajya Sabha MP. Brothers are stunning and brilliant MLAs. Both have also been ministers in the state government. Lalu Yadav has been considered as a key pivot in Bihar's politics.