New Delhi: The troubles for Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) supremo Lalu Prasad refuses to die down. Owing to his party’s drubbing in the last general elections, the office space allotted to Lalu’s party, which has only four members in the Lower House, on the third floor of the Parliament has now been allotted to Trinamool Congress by the Lok Sabha Secretariat.

The TMC members led by Union Minister of State for Health Sudip Bandopadhyay were embarrassed to find the RJD office intact in the room which was allotted as their party office.

RJD MP Jagdanand Singh was present in the room when the TMC members reached to take possession of the room.

The Trinamool Congress leaders were surprised to know that the Lok Sabha secretariat has allotted the room to them without evacuating it.

Jagdanand made the TMC speak to Lalu Prasad over phone. Though the TMC members left after speaking to Lalu, they pressed that they would operate from the Central Hall if their party, which has 19 members, is not allotted an office space.

(JPN/ Bureau)