Punjab CM Bhagwant Mann performs Garba-Bhangra fusion dance at event in Gujarat – Watch

New Delhi: Punjab Chief Minister and AAP Leader Bhagwant Mann along with Punjab’s AAP MP Raghav Chadha showed their Garba dancing skills on stage at an event in Vadodara, Gujarat. In a viral video, Mann was seen taking part in the Navaratri festivities and performing a fusion of Bhangra and Garba on stage while the audience cheered him on.

AAP leader Raghav Chadha even tweeted a video of the event, writing: “At the end of the day in Vadodara today participated in the Garba program and wished Maa Amba good luck and good health to everyone.”

AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal and Bhagwant Mann are on a two-day visit to Gujarat ahead of Assembly polls in the BJP-ruled state.

The two leaders will address public rallies in Surendranagar town and Khedbrahma town in Sabarkantha district. Mann will also be present at the rallies, the Gujarat party unit said in a statement.

Prior to the rallies, the two leaders will address a press conference in Rajkot.

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AAP’s Rajya Sabha member and Gujarat co-responsible Raghav Chadha will also address a press conference in Surat, the party said.

Kejriwal and Mann addressed public meetings on Saturday in Gandhidham in Kutch district and Joshipura in Junagadh district.

Kejriwal had promised the construction of 20,000 mohalla clinics towards Delhi in Gujarat, government-run schools in every village of the state, and also ensured “free and unlimited” health care for all.

He has also offered the people of Gujarat a number of other “guarantees” during his multiple visits to the state in the recent past.

(with PTI inputs)

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