#Indore: At one time he was in charge of the BJP in West Bengal. He has not been seen on the state’s political map since the Assembly vote. Not politics, this time for a completely different reason, viral BJP leader Kailash Vijayavargiya. Viral for his impeccable fitness. Because, he gave 59 dons in one push.
The ceremony was held at a college in Indore, Madhya Pradesh. Kailash was present there. Kailash was seen giving Dawn meeting on the stage there. Kailash took part in the program of RPL Maheshwari College. It is seen that the announcer of the program is counting the numbers one or two. And Kailash is going through Dawn effortlessly. In the video itself, Kailash gave a total of 59 dons. And seeing that fitness, the audience got up with applause. The video was shared on Twitter by a BJP leader named Jitendra Jirati. Which more than a thousand people have already liked.
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Kailash has been seen roaming around different parts of West Bengal before the Assembly polls. One meeting after another throughout the day, his presence at various meetings was assured. The fact that he has the ability to work tirelessly even at this age was fully understood during the election campaign and strategy building. But giving 59 dons in a row is also a wonderful event. Many young people may not be able to don in this way.
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Earlier, Kailash and Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kailash Vijayavargy were seen appearing in a slightly different tone on the occasion. All the once popular Hindi songs have been heard in their voices. They both sang Shole Yeh Dosti, Hum Nehi Torenge, or Kudrat Picture Hame Tumse Peer Kitna. Kailash himself shared the video of that song on Twitter. He expressed his happiness over singing this song on the occasion of Youth Morcha on Twitter.
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