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Kiren Rijiju danced on Arunachal’s folk songs, PM Modi said – our law minister is also a good dancer

In this video of over a minute duration, Rijiju was seen dancing with the local residents.

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday lauded the vibrant culture of Arunachal Pradesh, saying Union Law Minister Kiren Rijiju is a good dancer. PM Modi has tagged Law Minister Kiren Rijiju’s tweet about Sjolang people’s visit to Kajlang village, which highlights the original folk songs and dances of every community in Arunachal Pradesh.Also Read – Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission: Know What is Digital Health Card? About the process of registration and documents

The Prime Minister tweeted, “Our Law Minister Kiren Rijiju is also a good dancer! Nice to see the vibrant and glorious culture of Arunachal Pradesh.” Earlier, the Union Law Minister had shared a video of his visit to Kajlang village on Wednesday night to oversee the Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya projects. Also Read – PM Modi’s gift to the workers engaged in the construction of the new Parliament building, ‘Digital museum will be built to remember the contribution’

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Sharing this video, Union Law Minister Kiren Rijiju wrote, “During my visit when we visited Sunder Kajlang village to oversee Vivekananda Kendriya Vidyalaya projects. Whenever the guests come to the village of these people, this Sjolang dance is the traditional entertainment of the people. The original folk songs and dances here are the essence of every community in Arunachal Pradesh.”

In this video of over a minute duration, Rijiju was seen dancing with the local residents. In the video, Sjolang people were welcoming the law minister by singing their traditional folk songs and some residents and ministers of the village were dancing to traditional tunes. Rijiju mentioned that whenever the guests visit his village it is the traditional entertainment of the Sjolang people.

(Input IANS)

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