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This MP’s mother wishes educated tribal wife for her son

Mother says she does not want to break the long going tradition of marrying children within their tribal community.

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Rajmahal constituency MP and a member of the Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) political party Vijay Hansada is all praised and cared by his supporters and other people in the area. But his elderly motherly is bound with her motherhood concerns for his 36 year-old son who remains a bachelor.

Sarojini Mumru, mother of Vijay Hansada, is now looking for an educated, idol daughter-in-law for her son. Sarojini says that her son thinks of society throughout the day, works for the people. However, there is no one to take care of him. Sarojini says that she is looking for such a girl for her son who would be able to help Vijay in the feild of politics as well be able to take of the house, food, health and everything else. As soon as I find a suitable girl for Vijay, I shall get him married, says Sarojini.

She further said that she does not want to break the long going tradition of marrying children within their tribal community.

“Vijay’s father always wanted that a tribal girl would become the daughter-in-law of our family. We never thought that Vijay would go into politics. My husband and I always wanted Vijay to complete his education and become a senior government officer and then marry a beautiful and educated tribal girl. But destiny had decided something else for us. It was very sudden that my husband passed away and Vijay went on growing himself towards politics,” Vijay’s mother said ading that this will make her free from her last of the responsibilities.

Vijay is son of former Congress MP and former Congress State (Jharkhand) President Late Thomas Hansda from the same seat. He was the legendary leader of  Santal Pargana.

Vijay joined the JMM fold just before the poll dates were announced. In 2014, he won the Rajmahal seat by defeating the BJP candidate by a margin of 41,337 votes which was 4.34% of the total votes polled in the constituency.

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