Eight workers of the National Congress Party (NCP) took to performing an impromptu “Nagin” (snake) dance during a public works department meeting to counter the obstinate behaviour of the officials in Maharashtra’s Buldhana town.
The ‘Nagin Dance’ was performed in front of senior officials disrupting their meeting at the PWD headquarters in Buldhana.
Watch | NCP workers perform Nagin dance during PWD meeting
According to reports, the PWD department had given a contract for the construction of a road and a footpath to the Eagle Construction Company. The NCP workers claimed that the project was to have been completed in two years, but it remains unfinished after four years.
The protesters claimed they were irked by the apathy of the government officials and had to resort to this tactic, which left the senior PWD officials perplexed.
A video of the dance later went viral on social media, which shows six to seven senior officials sitting in a conference room being disturbed by the agitators, who moved around the table dancing on the tune of the famous Bollywood movie Nagina.
A few seconds later, the agitators were asked to leave by the police and a senior official assured them that their issues would be addressed.