Modi’s security lapse in Karnataka roadshow, mobile thrown towards PM fell at a distance of five feet, police said – threw mobile by mistake
The Fact India: A case of lapse in the security of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has come to light during the roadshow in Mysuru, Karnataka. During the road show, a person standing on the side of the road threw a mobile phone towards PM Modi’s car. The phone fell about five feet away from PM Modi. However, the Karnataka police said that the man was throwing flowers when he accidentally threw the phone towards the vehicle.
Let us tell you that Prime Minister Narendra Modi campaigned on 29 and 30 April to ensure BJP’s victory in the Karnataka assembly elections. On Sunday, he started the campaign from Kolar. He then held rallies in Channapatna and Belur in Ramanagara district. In the evening, PM Modi did a road show of about five kilometers in Mysuru. During this 45-minute roadshow, a large number of people were present on the roadside to welcome the PM.
In the roadshow, PM Modi walked on the road for two minutes. During the road show itself, a person threw a mobile phone towards PM Modi’s car. The phone fell at a distance of five feet from Modi’s car. However, the police investigated and told that the person had mistakenly thrown the mobile phone instead of flowers. On the other hand, in the rallies of Kolar, Channapatna and Belur, PM spoke on the familyism and corruption of Congress and JDS. He said that Congress and JDS are two parties for appearances but are one at heart. Both are familyists and promote corruption.
On Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge’s snake statement, he said that he is comparing me with a snake. They should know that the snake adorns the neck of Lord Shiva and for me the people of Karnataka and the country are like Lord Shiva. He said that Karnataka Congress leaders go round a family sitting in Delhi for 24 hours. He has to take a green signal from the Delhi family for every single decision.