Karnataka Assembly Election: Huge lapse in security of PM Modi, youth threw this thing at Modi, security officials were shocked


Assembly elections in Karnataka are on May 10 and with that, the campaigning has gathered momentum. The country's PM Modi is seeking votes for his party. A major security lapse has come to the fore during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's roadshow in Karnataka's Mysore on Sunday. 

According to information, a mobile phone was thrown at PM Modi's car. The mobile fell at a short distance from PM Modi. After this, the police swung into action and questioned the concerned person. Regarding this matter, the police said that the youth was throwing flowers at the PM. During this, he also had a mobile phone in his hand. He accidentally threw the phone instead of the flower.

According to media reports, the Karnataka law and order ADGP said that the person who threw the phone at PM Modi's vehicle had no ill intention. He accidentally threw the phone in excitement. The PMA was under the protection of the SPG. The phone belongs to a BJP worker.