“Was Modi threatened by BJP supporters?”: Questions raised on BJP’s claims on ‘security breach’ after new video shows ‘BJP zindabad’ slogans close to PM’s car


Contrary to BJP’s claims of on Prime Minister’s security breach, a new video shows protesters holding saffron party’s flags and shouting ‘BJP Zindabad’ barely a few steps away from Narendra Modi’s convoy. Amit Shah-led ministry of home affairs has formed a three-man committee to probe the so-called security breach of Modi.

A statement from the MHA had blamed the Congress-led government of Punjab for not doing enough to remove protesting farmers. However, a new video shows those chanting slogans were BJP workers.

In the viral video, a group of BJP supporters are sen coming close to Modi’s convoy as they raise slogans in favour of their party. BJP workers chanted ‘BJP Zindabad, Narendra Modi zindabad’ slogans as the prime minister’s cavalcade passed.

Modi was on his way to Firozpur when his convoy was stuck on a flyover in Bhatinda. Modi had ditched the scheduled helicopter ride due to poor weather and instead decided to travel to Firozpur, the place of his planned rally, by road.

The matter came up for a hearing in the Supreme Court on Thursday as a lawyer sought the top court’s intervention to ensure this episode is not repeated.

As expected, questions are now being raised on BJP’s claims on the ‘security breach’ of the prime minister.


Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi had rubbished BJP’s claims on the breach of Narendra Modi’s security saying that the reason for the prime minister’s frustration was the poor attendance at the venue of his planned rally.

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Modi had also met President Ram Nath Kovind to apprise him about the alleged security breach.