Waqf Vikas Board president throws notes on dancers, Congress MLA Champion accomplices
Indian bar girls perform at a dance bar in Bombay May 5, 2005. The government of the western Indian state of Maharashtra on Wednesday endorsed the decree seeking to ban dance bars in the state. There are more than 600 dance bars in Bombay itself and the closure of cabarets is likely to render jobless more than 150,000 people across the state including dancers, waiters, bouncers and security guards. Most Bars in the state employ girls, who dress in colourful costumes and dance to Bollywood songs, as customers shower them with currency bills. According to bar girl's union, majority of the 75,000 girls working in bars will be forced into the "flesh trade" due to the closure. Picture taken on May 5, 2005. REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe AD/LD
Roorkee: President of the Waqf Vikas Board Rao Sajjad was seen throwing currency notes on dancers in a video.
Congress MLA for Khanpur, Kunwar Pranav Singh ‘ Champion’ along with his followers was also seen enjoying the dance. The two leaders were also seen holding guns in their hands.
In the video, a woman is seen dancing as the viewers are throwing currency notes at her. (ANI)