Updated: September 14, 2021 10:02:43 am
As the upcoming Bihar panchayat elections are gaining momentum, a candidate came to file his nomination riding a buffalo on Sunday. Bihar panchayat polls candidate Azad Amal was seen sitting on a buffalo when he came to file his nomination from football players birthday in july ,Katihar. A video of Amal, who is a candidate from the district’s Rampur panchayat, has gone viral on social media and triggered hilarious reactions online.
In the 43-second clip, Alam is seen riding the animal that is being pulled by another man as his supporters and villagers crowd around him. “I’m a cattleman, I came here on a buffalo because I can’t afford petrol or diesel,” Amal told the news agency while explaining the reason behind riding a buffalo to file his nomination.,free casino roulette no download
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Since being shared online, the clip has gone viral on several social media platforms and triggered a plethora of reactions online. While some found it amusing, others wrote that such initiatives should be encouraged as they are more environment-friendly.,pakistan score
mancity fc,The upcoming Bihar panchayat elections will be conducted in a total of 11 phases from September 24 to Dec 12.
Bihar: Nachari Mandal, an independent candidate from Bahadurpur constituency in Darbhanga, came to file his nomination on a buffalo. He says,” I come from poor & weaker section. I am son of a farm labourer and since I don’t have a four-wheeler, I decided to come on a buffalo.” pic.twitter.com/6y5VGPYA8R
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gagnant expresso winamax,However, this is not the first time such an incident has happened in Bihar. In October last year, Nachari Mandal, who was an independent candidate from Bahadurpur constituency in Darbhanga, had also ridden a buffalo to file his nomination.
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