RJD chief and former Bihar Chief Minister Lalu Prasad Yadav has been skipping his lunch for the last two days, according to doctors treating him at RIMS Hospital here.
"His daily routine has been in complete disarray. He has not had his lunch for the last two days," said Dr Umesh Prasad of RIMS.
"We have been urging him to take all his meals properly so that we can administer proper medicine and insulin to him," added Dr Prasad.
Asked if the RJD supremo was going through anxiety in the wake of his party getting routed in the Lok Sabha results, Prasad said: "We did not ask him such questions. You are free to draw conclusions. But from his state, it appears like anxiety.
On the other hand, RJD leaders who had come to meet Prasad denied the news of their leader suffering from anxiety.
"It's not the first election for Laluji. There is no stress, no anxiety. We had not met him for 2-3 months so came today to visit him," said RJD MLA Ram Vilas Paswan.
Another party leader said that their leader had instructed them to get ready to give a tough fight to the BJP in the Assembly polls.
Congress and its ally RJD fared very badly in the Lok Sabha elections with the Congress getting only one Lok Sabha seat while the RJD drawing a blank.
BJP-led NDA swept the state by winning thirty-nine of 40 Lok Sabha constituencies in the state.
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