PM Modi: tampering with PM Modi’s security in Gujarat? NSG destroyed the suspected drone near the rally venue

PM Modi Security Breached: Sources of Gujarat Police said that a case of breach in the security of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who was on an election visit in the state, has come to light. The report comes after National Security Guard (NSG) personnel allegedly shot down an unauthorized drone in the poll-bound state. The drone was spotted near the Prime Minister’s rally venue in Bawla. Sources said that investigation into the matter has been started by state and central agencies. He said that nothing was found from the drone, but the police will have to find out why it was flown. Sources said that the incident took place around 4:30 pm on Thursday and one person has been detained.

Prime Minister Modi is leading BJP’s campaign in Gujarat. He addressed 4 rallies at Palanpur, Modasa, Dahegam and Bawla (Ahmedabad) from 11 am on Thursday. PM Modi, the star campaigner of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party, addressed rallies in Dahod, Mehsana, Vadodara and Bhavnagar on Wednesday after a 1-day break on Tuesday. On January 5 this year, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s convoy had to stop at a flyover in Punjab. Pictures of worried security officials went viral after some protesters allegedly blocked the PM’s path.

Actually, the Prime Minister was supposed to go by helicopter to address a rally in Ferozepur, Punjab, but due to bad weather, he had to go by road. Meanwhile, some protestors came in the way of their convoy. Taking this matter seriously, the Union Ministry of Home Affairs had issued a notice to the DGP of Punjab. The Supreme Court committee formed to investigate this breach in PM Modi’s security accused the SSP of Ferozepur of failing to perform his duty despite having adequate security forces. In fact, these protestors were protesting PM Modi’s visit over the farm laws which had already been withdrawn by the central government.

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