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‘There was no lapse in PM Modi’s security’, police made a big statement in the matter

‘There was no lapse in PM Modi’s security’, police made a big statement in the matter


A big statement has come from the police regarding the lapse in the security of PM Modi in Hubli, Karnataka. Police say that there was no lapse in PM Modi’s security.

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oi-Neeraj Kumar Yadav

Published: Thursday, January 12, 2023, 20:27 [IST]

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the National Youth Festival in Hubli, Karnataka on Thursday. However, before this Prime Minister Narendra Modi had also done a road show in Hubli. During this, there was a case of lapse in his security. Its video was also shared by ANI. At the same time, now there is a statement of the police regarding this matter. Police say that there was no lapse in PM Modi’s security.

News agency ANI has made a big claim quoting Gopal Bycode, DCP Crime, Hubli-Dharwad. According to the DCP, there was no such breach in the Prime Minister’s security cover. A man tried to garland PM Modi during the roadshow. But he was pulled away by the security personnel. However, we are gathering more information about the person.

Whereas, if sources are to be believed then in the enclosure where all the people were standing. That boy came from there. He tried to garland PM Modi. All the people standing in the enclosure were searched by the Special Protection Group (SPG). So it is not a serious mistake.

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Let us tell you that during the road show of PM Narendra Modi, a young man suddenly came running near the car. The youths were carrying garlands in their hands. He also tried to garland PM Modi. However, as soon as the security personnel noticed him, he was immediately pulled away.

However, PM Modi extended his hand to take the garland but could not reach the boy. The security officials accompanying him on the road grabbed the garland and handed it over to the PM. After this the PM kept the garland inside. Let us tell you that this incident happened when PM Modi was greeting the people standing in the queue by shaking his hand.

Let us tell you that this visit of PM Modi is also being linked to the Karnataka elections. Because elections are to be held in Karnataka in a few months. It is believed that soon the election dates will be announced by the Election Commission.

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english summary

no security breach in pm modi youth hubballi dharwad says police

Story first published: Thursday, January 12, 2023, 20:27 [IST]

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