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Karnataka: Housing Minister Nagaraj performs "Nagin dance" to woo voters

By PTI
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Bengaluru, Apr 10: In a bid to woo voters, Karnataka Housing minister M T B Nagaraj danced to a popular tune from the Hindi movie 'Nagin' much to the amusement of people at Hoskote, near here, and the video has gone viral.

Nagaraj, whose name means King Cobra, had gone with his supporters to Katigenahalli village in Hoskote Tuesday evening seeking votes for Congress candidate and former union minister Veerappa Moily who is contesting from the Chikkaballapura Lok Sabha constituency.

Karnataka: Housing Minister Nagaraj performs Nagin dance to woo voters

A music band that followed the minister's convoy started playing the famous 'Nagin' tune to captivate a cobra from the 1954 Hindi movie. The tune was part of thesong 'Man Dole Mera Tan Dole' and it charmed Nagaraj too and the 67-year-old congress leader started to gyrate.

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Soon his supporters too began dancing with him and the performance went on for about 10 minutes. The dance video has gone viral.

Those accompanying Nagaraj finally asked him to slow down in view of his age. This is not the first time that the minister has exhibited hisdance skills in public. He had done it earlier too during religious events in Hoskote.

The minister, popularly known as MTB by his supporters, was ranked the richest MLA in the country by the Association for Democratic Reforms, an NGO, last year which said his assets were valued at over Rs 1,000 crore. Karnataka goes to the polls in two phases on April 18 and 23.

PTI

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