Kiren Rijiju sings “Tere Jaisa Yaar Kahan” for young civil servants

The Union’s Minister of Justice, Kiren Rijiju, appears to be a man of many talents. From fitness tasks to yoga asanas to singing, he’s good at everything. At a recent event, the 49-year-old took the opportunity to showcase his talent for singing. On Sunday, Rijiju presented a training program for civil servants from Arunachal at the Lal Bahadur Shastri National Administrative Academy in Mussoorie. He greeted the new officials at his Delhi residence. Rijiju sang a song to entertain the young bureaucrats. He dialed the popular number Tere Jaisa Yaar Kahan from the 1981 Bollywood film Yaarana, starring Amitabh Bachchan.

The minister shared a video of his stage appearance on Twitter. “Just to please the young and intelligent Arunachal Civil Service officers after completing their very first personalized training program at the Premier Academy for IAS, Elite Officers,” he wrote.

The clip got widespread on social media platforms and left internet users very impressed. He has been praised by many users for his singing talent.

This is not the first time Rijiju has been valued for his singing skills. In February, the member enthused his followers for Arunachal with his singing talent. He shared a video singing in front of a group of soldiers. The song he chose was from the 1973 movie Dhund. Rijiju and the marching band sang together the number originally played by Mahendra Kapoor.

“I’m not a singer, but I proudly sang for our brave jaws!” I had a memorable evening with the staff of the 62nd Engineer Regiment of the Indian Army after visiting the border to see the roads and other infrastructure with DG BRO, ”says Rijiju’s tweet.

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