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Congress contestant says cheese even in defeat!

Congress party workers in the Sadaat constituency of Ghazipur in Uttar Pradesh celebrated their partys candidate participation in the recently held State elections even though he was defeated.

Sadaat (Ghazipur, Uttar Pradesh), May 23 : Congress party workers in the Sadaat constituency of Ghazipur in Uttar Pradesh celebrated their party's candidate participation in the recently held State elections even though he was defeated.

Subhash Passi, the unsuccessful contestant organised a colourful evening with bar dancers. The public seemed to enjoy the gyrating belles and the local artistes, who rocked on a stage that was nicely done up with posters of party President Sonia Gandhi and her son Rahul Gandhi in the backdrop.

A native of Ghazipur, Subhash had migrated to Mumbai years ago and reportedly, earned a fortune there undertaking construction contracts before returning with desire to serve his hometown.

Subhash lobbied for a ticket to contest the recent elections.

In the course of his campaigning, Subhash promised the electorate a pleasurable party after elections and he kept his word.

"I arranged such entertainment for the public before the elections also, but at that time, the function was stopped midway in consideration of the moral code of conduct. I promised the public great fun after the election. So, I arranged this. I received 24,000 votes and am overwhelmed by the love of the people. If I have lost this time, I may win in future. I have been ordered to strengthen the party in villages," said Subhash.

Supporters of Subhash raised slogans praising the morals of their leader and his political acumen."Despite the recent defeat, he has high aspirations and confidence. This makes him different. He claims he will develop the region in 18, months although others need 18 years for the same job," said Rajender Yadav, one of his supporters.

"Subhash is worthy to be elected. The public should give him a chance," said Raj Kishore Chauhan, an audience.

After getting knocked out, Subhash is reportedly aiming for a seat in the Lok Sabha.

And perhaps, this stage show with bar dancers in attendance was the curtain-raiser.

ANI

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