Viral video: Councillor gets a Milk Bath “Abhishek” for being victorious in Civic Polls

In the recently concluded Civic Polls in Goa, BJP panels secured victory in 6 councils out of the 11 which went to poll. In one council of Canacona though, there was a tie and no panel emerged victorious. But this is not why Canacona is in the news today. It has shot into fame because of a video which has gone viral on social media, which shows a councillor elected from the BJP panel, being bathed in what appears to be milk, to celebrate his victory

Kishore Shet is one of the 5 BJP councillors who won from the sleepy hamlet of Canacona, but he felt it necessary to mark his victory by taking a milk bath from his supporters. Such wasteful celebrations would put many big wig politicians to shame especially those from down south.

Watch as what appears to be milk is wasted in this shameless exercise of self-glorification. Not only is this narcissistic tendency shameful, even the waste of milk is highly condemnable. The video, which was seemingly taken by one of his well-wishers, has now become a major source of embarassment for him as it has spread like wild fire on social media.

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Kishore Shet in less milkier times with Goa CM, shortly after his victory
Kishore Shet in less milkier times with Goa CM, shortly after his victory

Earlier this year, Modi had condemned some over-zealous supporters for building a temple to worship him. Perhaps the message has not gone out to all his supporters.

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