WATCH: 'Vote For Congress And I Will Give You Tea, Sweets And 'cough Syrup', Says Congress MLA In Rajasthan Election Rally

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Rajasthan is gearing up for the upcoming assembly elections that are scheduled to take place on December 7, heavyweight politicians are taking the lead to hold elections campaigns.

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As Rajasthan is gearing up for the upcoming assembly elections that are scheduled to take place on December 7, many heavyweight politicians are taking the lead to hold elections campaigns. However, amid the massive political campaigning, a Punjab Congress MLA has gained the attention with his outlandish elections strategy for the upcoming Rajasthan assembly polls.

In an exclusive video, Congress MLA from Gidderbaha district in Punjab, Amrinder Singh Raja Warring can be seen addressing a group of people as a part of an election campaign, asking them to vote for the party candidate in the state and bribing the people of liquor.

Amrinder Singh, who has earlier served as the president for Indian Youth Congress, was campaigning for another candidate in Pilibanga of Hanumangarh district in Rajasthan when the video was recorded. 

"Punjab main aaoge to main seva karunga. Agar aap Congress ko vote karoge to din main chai ke sath gulabjamun milenge, aur raat main khaasi ki dawai bhi milegi. agar koi nahana chahega wo bhi kar denge. Ye free hain hamare ghar. Aur agar hume vote nhi milenge to jo bhi hamare ghr aayega Pilibanga se, hum bol denge kutte chhod do. Bhai, baat to sidhi hai, hum karenge jab aap hamara karenge (If you will come to Punjab then I will take care of you. If you will vote for Congress then we will serve tea, sweets and 'special cough syrup'  to you if you will come to Punjab. If you want to take a shower in the 'cough syrup' then that can also be arranged. It is all free in my house. But if Congress did not get votes, then whosoever will come from Pilibanga to Punjab, we will ask dogs to attack them. This is how it works. You help us, we help you)" said the Congress leader in the video.

While he was making his bizarre claims, people sitting in the gathering were having a laugh out loud moment during the rally. 

Interestingly, this is not the first time a politician has made a unique election campaign strategy. Akula Hanumanth from Korutla constituency of Jagtial district in Telangana on Friday was seen carrying slippers in his hand while promising development. He later made a claim saying, "If I don't work after winning, you can hit me with this slipper".

READ: 'Hit Me With This Slipper If I Don't Work', Telangana's Candidate Distributes Slippers To Voters As Part Of Election Campaign

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