Priyanka Gandhi Vadra joins tribal women for traditional dance in poll-bound Goa

In the video shared on the Congress party's official Twitter handle, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra was seen greeting the tribal women and then holding their hands as they performed the traditional dance

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Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, who is in Goa to launch the poll campaign ahead of the assembly elections slated for next year, joined a group of tribal women performing the traditional folk dance in Morpirla village on December 10.

In the 45-second long dancing video, which was shared on the Congress party's official Twitter handle, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra was seen greeting the tribal women and then holding their hands as they performed the traditional dance.

Dressed in a red saree, Priyanka Gandhi was all smiles as she danced to the dhol beats and singing with the tribal women, dressed in red and purple sarees.

Taking to Twitter, the Congress leader also posted pictures of her visit to Morpirla village and described the tribal women as "strong and confident".

“With the strong and confident women of the Morpirla. These women have been instrumental in the environmental conservation and preservation of greenery in Goa,” she tweeted.


However, this is not the first time Priyanka Gandhi danced to the tunes of tribal women. Earlier this year, the Congress leader performed the famous folk dance ‘Jhumur’ with the teenage girls of the tea tribes in Assam.

Meanwhile, Priyanka Gandhi in Goa promised 30% reservation in jobs for women if her party is voted to power in the upcoming assembly polls in Goa.

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