“Hum Hain Magahia Don, Log Kahen Chhote Sarkar” means that I am a don from Magadh Region (Bihar) and people call me junior boss .
Anant Singh , also popular among people as a Don of Mokama. Three-Term MLA Anant Singh , a well known Bhumihar personality in Bihar . Anant Singh always stands in interest of Bhumihar Community, he is always ready to help poor people and that is the reason he also poses a Robin Hood heroic character. Terror of Anant Singh is also common in between people of backward classes. One can imagine his extent of terror from a incident when his name only made RJD Boss Lalu Yadav to stand up from chair.
Anant Singh, since childhood a fearless man born and boughtup in nadma village of mokama. His childhood friends recalls the earlier days when he catches snakes and kills them instantly. Many stories of his courage and guts are popular among the residents of Mokama. Once, he swam across the Ganga river to take revenge of his eldest brother who was killed by naxal people . He killed all of those who were involved in killing of his eldest brother Birachi Singh. There are several crime cases registered against him, but most of these cases are due to his good work for his own people . Several times he got injured with bullets but every time he defies death , may be because of blessing of people whom he helped .
Few years back he became highlighted for his love towards baggi ( horse drawn carriage ). He bought a baggi from New Delhi and started riding in patna to attend assembly sessions . He is also the first person to visit patna assembly through Merc Benz. Nowadays also whenever he is in patna , he enjoy baggi riding accompanied by his bodyguards.
Inside his bungalow one can see his love for animals. Quality dogs and horses are the pet animals he has. An elephant too is there in his house. Once he bought a python but the people from wild life organization came and took back to forest.
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