Lalu is already out on three days parole to attend the marriage of his eldest son Tej Pratap on May 12 in Patna.
Lalu has been undergoing treatment at RIMS after he was brought here from the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi, on May 1.
Prominent among top Opposition leaders who attended the wedding included former Uttar Pradesh CM and Samajwadi Party president Akhilesh Yadav, who came with his wife Dimple; senior Congress leaders Digvijay Singh and Sanjay Nirupam; NCP leaders Praful Patel and Tarique Anwar; rebel JD (U) leader Sharad Yadav; and RLD chief Ajit Singh. He had initially applied for five-day parole. "This once again proves that the ruling dispensation in the country is devoid of basic human sensitivity", Jha alleged. But, the people of Bihar are watching all the events intently. Sources said an elated Lalu called up his would-be daughter-in-law Aishwarya Rai to say her arrival was proving to be lucky for him.
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As the family is busy with the pre-wedding functions, a small video clip shows Lalu's sons - Tej Pratap and Tejashwi - can be seen dancing their heart out. Earlier, the family associated luck with Lalu's youngest daughter, Raj Lakshmi, after whose birth Lalu first became chief minister in 1990.
The wedding procession started from Rabri's 10, Circular Road Bungalow at around 7:30pm and reached Bihar Veterinary College grounds near the city airport.
Congress President Rahul Gandhi and his sister Priyanka Gandhi, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and some notable BJP leaders from Bihar were also expected to arrive, Bhola Yadav said. "We are expecting more than 20,000 guests", said state RJD chief Ram Chandra Purve. Asked about how they feel about the high-profile event, one of them said, "We are not at all anxious about how much "dakshina" we will be offered".