A man was reportedly arrested for trying to enter the rally of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Mumbai on Thursday claiming that he was a soldier. The 35-year -old man from Navi Mumbai was arrested by the Mumbai Police, 90 minutes before PM Modi was to reach Bandra-Kurla Complex(BKC), said Mumbai Police officials. The accused tried to enter the high-security VVIP area by claiming himself to be a Naik from the “Guards Regiment” of the Army.
The accused has been identified as Rameshwar Mishra, a science graduate who was stopped by the Mumbai Crime Branch officials on suspicion around 3 pm. Also, the accused was produced in Bandra court on Friday and was sent to police custody till January 24.
Earlier, on thursday, PM Modi inaugurated, dedicated , and laid the foundation stone of multiple development initiatives in Mumbai. Also, in an effort to strengthen health care infrastructure in Mumbai, PM inaugurated 20 Hinduhridaysamrat Balasaheb Thackeray Aapla Dawakhana. The novel initiative provides essential medical services like health checkups, medicines, investigations and diagnostics completely free, to the people.
PM Modi highlighted while addressing, that this is the first instance when the world is showing faith in the resolve of India. The PM said that as Indians are eagerly optimistic, India can be seen in the world.