PM Modi Security Breach: In Mysore, Karnataka, a major lapse in security had come to the fore in the road show of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. During the election campaign, a person had thrown a mobile at PM Modi Modi’s vehicle, which has been found by the police. The police have now issued a statement on the matter saying that the man “had no ill intentions”.
According to the police, the woman who threw the phone is a Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) worker and lost the phone in a fit of enthusiasm during the roadshow. The phone fell on the bonnet of PM Modi’s car. The police said that the woman worker did not do this maliciously. At the time of the incident, the Prime Minister’s eye fell on this phone, after which he was pointed out by the officers of the Special Protection Group (SPG).
The call was returned to the woman – ADG
Additional Director General of Police (Law and Order) Alok Kumar said, “The Prime Minister was under the security cover of the SPG. The woman (whose phone fell on the PM’s vehicle) was a BJP worker. The SPG men later returned the phone to her.” He said, “It was thrown in excitement and the woman had no ill intention.”
The incident took place when Mysuru-Kodagu MP Prathap Simha and former ministers K. S. Eshwarappa and S. A. Along with Ramdas, Prime Minister Modi was waving to the people gathered in large numbers on both sides of the road. In fact, in the last phase of the election campaign, the Prime Minister is doing several election rallies and roadshows in Karnataka to campaign in favor of the BJP. Let us tell you, elections are to be held in Karnataka on May 10, the results of which will be declared on May 13.
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