This ‘helicopter’ on roof is flavour of poll season in Bihar! | India News – Times of India

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Obra: Helicopter carriers every time politician Hovering in the sky, or his campaign vehicles entering the village, Ajith Kumar takes the pilot’s seat on his Static. Helicopter On the roof of his building and waves to them. This is his way of greeting politicians. Village For the vote
Meet Kumar, 60, a former school principal of a government middle school, who has built a helicopter on the roof of his building in Atruli village under Obera block. This helicopter is now attracting attention. Poll season.
Although the chopper was built in 2000, Kumar, after retirement from government service, now welcomes leaders of all hues with open arms. He retired as school principal from Government Middle School, Sadipur Dehari in January 2022, and is the first Parliamentary. After his retirement.

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The story behind the construction of this helicopter is also very interesting. “Once Lalu Prasadji (then Bihar Chief Minister) came to our village with a helicopter which encouraged my father (late Shaligram Yadav) to have his own helicopter. As we could not afford to buy a real helicopter. were, so we decided to build a replica on our roof,” Kumar said while talking to TOI.
According to him, it cost around Rs 80,000 to build but it has become a big hit so far. “It was my father’s dream,” he added.

Neeta Log got the inspiration to build a helicopter after watching it fly in the air

“He said, “But when it started to be built, the local villagers would say ‘

Is it melted?

(Have they gone mad)?” What the villagers meant was that Kumar must have bought a large plot of land at a prime location with the money spent on the construction of the helicopter.
“Both Lalu and Nitish Kumarji came to my village during the election campaign and praised my helicopter…

We say this is the unique thing of spring.

(They told me it’s unique to Bihar),” Kumar said.
Lok Jan Shakti Party (Ram Vilas) president Chirag Paswan even offered him to join his party, whose election symbol coincidentally is “helicopter”. “

Join Chirag Bole Ke Mera Party Koke. Helicopter is my choice.

(Charag advised me to join his party because it is the helicopter which is his party’s election symbol),” claimed Kumar.
Now that the election campaign is in full swing, leaders of all hues visit him to receive his “helicopter salute”. He says with a smile on his face, “Leaders are usually attracted to the helicopter near my house. He said that I keep seeing the leaders sitting on my helicopter.
Obra falls under Bihar’s Karakat parliamentary constituency, which will go to polls in the seventh and final phase on June 1. Candidates from there
But the entry of Bhojpuri singer Pawan Singh as an independent candidate has added to the competition.

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