Viral video: MLA drinks, dances with guns in hands to Bollywood songs

Updated: Jul 11, 2019, 09:42 IST | mid-day online desk

ThIS MLA, however, is no stranger to controversies. Champion was suspended from the BJP party for three months on charges of indiscipline in June 2019

Viral video: MLA drinks, dances with guns in hands to Bollywood songs
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A suspended Bharatiya Janata Party MLA identified as Kunwar Pranav Singh Champion landed in some major trouble Wednesday when a certain video clip that shows him dancing away with guns in his hands went viral online.

In the alleged video that has been making the rounds, the MLA who is from Khanpur can be seen grooving to a popular Bollywood number with two revolvers in his hands and a carbine hanging from his shoulder. He is seen sipping his drink from a glass as his friends cheer him on.

Watch the video below.

This MLA, however, is no stranger to controversies. Champion was previously suspended from the BJP party for three months on charges of indiscipline in June 2019.

The suspension had followed preliminary investigations by the party into charges of indiscipline against him and that of threatening a journalist at Uttarakhand Niwas in New Delhi.

Just a few months ago, the BJP MLA Champion was all over the news for indulging in a public war of words with another BJP MLA from Jhabreda Deshraj Karnawal. He even went on to challenge him to a wrestling bout!

Champion was among Congress MLAs who had rebelled against former chief minister Harish Rawat and crossed over to the BJP in 2016.

Inputs from PTI

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