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WATCH: Shivraj Singh Chouhan Shares Video Of A Man Being Flown Away On Umbrella, Says 'Congress Will Suffer Same Fate In Elections'

Written By Daamini Sharma | Mumbai | Published:

BJP senior leader and former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan shared a video of a man flying in the air as he tries to stop a pation umbrella from harsh winds. However, he shared the video with a caption that mounted a direct attack on Congress party. He wrote, "Aane wale chunav main Congress ka bhi yehi haal hone wala hai (In the upcoming election, Congress will suffer the same fate)".

Take a look: 

Sadik Kocadalli, a resident of southern Turkey was lifted into the air by strong winds as he tried to stop a large patio umbrella on a rather windy day. Security footage from the market in Osmaniye province, Turkey shows Sadik and two other men trying to save a patio umbrella on wheels from flowing away. However, Sadik is lifted into the air along with the umbrella.

Sadik, who is a vegetable vendor in the market tried stopping the umbrella by stepping on it and using his entire body weight to keep the umbrella on the ground. But the winds being strong, he went up 13 feet in the air with the umbrella.

Sadik was not injured during the incident but after the heavy winds, the umbrella fell back on another man and knocked him unconscious.

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Earlier, Shivraj Singh Chouhan‏ came across a 'WhatsApp wonder box' video of 'Lord Shiva' statue. Unlike a regular statue which stays at one place, this particular Lord Shiva Statue can move, sit, stand up and even dance. Hard to believe? Well! see it yourself:

"India is a land of marvellous engineers. See what I found in the #WhatsApp wonder box today. This can only happen in India", the former Chief Minister wrote to describe the video.

At the beginning of the video, the idol of Lord Shiva appears to be sitting when suddenly a movement is noticed. The statue slowly stands up and in the next blink, you can see the statue dancing to the beat. This gives it a more realistic impression. Indeed smart engineering!