LJP MP Chirag Paswan took to Twitter to show off one such talent.

chiragNEW DELHI : Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) President Chirag Paswan  On Sunday, who is the son of Union Minister Ram Vilas Paswan, shared a video of himself giving a haircut to his father as the duo practiced social distancing amid the lockdown.

“Tough times but see #lockdown also has a brighter sides. Never knew had these skills too!” Chirag tweeted, adding, “Let’s fight #Corona19 and create beautiful memories too! #StayHomeStaySafe”
In the video, Chirag can be seen trimming Paswan’s beard with an electric trimmer while the latter checks out his reflection in the mirror. Within just an hour, the tweet has about 1.5 thousand likes and over 800 shares.
Meanwhile, Bihar has recorded 62 cases of coronavirus while one person has died due to the disease. Bihar government under Nitish Kumar has been worried about the incoming migrant population since the imposition of the lockdown and the impact it would have on the state’s economy. Earlier in the month, Chirag Paswan himself donated Rs 1 crore to the MPLADS fund.
Union Minister Ram Vilas Paswan and his son are turning self-isolation during a nationwide lockdown over coronavirus into some family bonding time by creating new memories and learning new skills.
“Tough times but see lockdown also has a brighter sides. Never knew had these skills too! Let’s fight Corona 19 and create beautiful memories too,” he wrote on Twitter today. In the time-lapse video, liked by over 1,000 people in only an hour since it was shared, the Food and Consumer Affairs Minister can be seen sitting on a chair at his house while his son uses an electric trimmer to groom his beard.
Twitter users lauded Chirag Paswan for helping out his father. “That’s wonderful. A son grooming his father,” one user wrote.”Your father should be happy to have a son like you,” another user wrote.

A 21-day nationwide lockdown was imposed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on March 24. Many states have asked the Centre to further extend this lockdown till the end of the month to tackle the novel coronavirus pandemic which has killed 273 and infected over 8,000 people in India.

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