Chandigarh: A video has emerged showing Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar losing his temper. In the video, Khattar is seen threatening his aide with an axe in his hand.  

"Gardan kaat doonga teri (I will decapitate you)," Khattar can be heard telling the Bharatiya Janata Party leader, who had placed a crown on his head.

Holding an axe in his hand, Khattar is seen telling people during a rally that the public how the tool can be used to destroy enemies.

Immediately, a BJP leader standing behind the CM places a crown on his head. This clearly upsets the Haryana CM, who turns around and threatens to chop off the BJP leader’s head. "What are you doing? I will chop off your head. Move aside," said Khattar.

The Haryana CM, later, defended his arrogance, saying he said those words because he did not like to be honoured with a silver crown.

Congress spokesperson Randeep Singh Surjewala also tweeted the video, saying anger and arrogance are injurious to health. "Why does Khattar saheb get angry?" 

Here's his tweet:

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Guwahati: Normal life was affected in parts of Assam on Friday as a students' union observed a 12- hour bandh in the state over exclusion of members of an indigenous group from the final NRC. Asserting that the updated register, published on August 31, was "full of errors", the All Koch Rajbongshi Students' Union (AKRSU) demanded that members of its community, who have been left out, be immediately included.

One of the protesters told reporters that AKRSU will not accept the final NRC as "the list was full of errors". He also said that thousands of Koch Rajbongshi people have been excluded from the register. Official sources said no incident of violence has been reported from any part of the state, but the protesters were seen burning an effigy of state NRC Coordinator Prateek Hajela at Nalbari district's Kauli area.

Almost all shops, banks, educational institutes and offices remained closed in Koch Rajbongshi-dominated areas of Morigaon, Kokrajhar, Chirang, Baksa, Nalbari, Nagaon and Sivasagar districts, the sources said. Private vehicles also stayed off the roads, though state-run long-distance buses plied on national highways with police escort, they said.

Five agitators, including AKRSU's Kumarkata unit president Deepak Roy, were detained by the police during the day as they refused to lift a road blockade.

The 12-hour shutdown, however, did not have much impact on Guwahati, the sources added. More than 19 lakh of the 3.29 crore applicants have been excluded from the final National Register of Citizens (NRC), released in Assam last month.