Furious debates are erupting that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s stop for an ambulance was staged in Gujarat.
Amid praise is going on for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s convoy stop to make way for an ambulance in Ahmedabad during the longest roadshow of 50 km, starting from the Naroda Gam and ending at Gandhinagar South constituency, criticism is rising that it was staged.
Congress national spokesperson Alok Sharma on speaking to AAj Tak TV show releases a video revealing that the ambulance came and stopped for more than four minutes, which he videoed two minutes of. He claims that as soon as Prime Minister Modi’s convoy came on the scene, the ambulance started moving on. The ambulance according to his video evidence had only arrived on the scene to stop and wait for Prime Minister Modi’s convoy!
Alok Sharma said that his two-minute recording was videographed and want on to ask if this was Modi’s Gujarat model signifying it was a “fake” model.
Congress spokesperson @Aloksharmaaicc exposed the nautanki of the PM Narendra Modi and the BJP in one minute flat . pic.twitter.com/MqormhZ19N
— Ravinder Kapur (@RavinderKapur2) December 1, 2022
Another video of another Ambulance stuck due to PM Narendra Modi’s road show in the same Ahmedabad Gujarat 👇
Another video of another Ambulance stuck due to PM Narendra Modi road show in same Ahmedabad Gujarat 👇
— Facts check (@Facts_chek) December 1, 2022
It is believed that this was done to stir up an image that would be favorable for the prime minister before the elections.
It is not the first time that Prime Minister Modi stopped his convoy for an ambulance. Last month, during his visit to Himachal Pradesh for campaigning for assembly polls, PM Modi stopped his convoy to give way to an ambulance in Chambi. He was returning from the venue of a rally in the Kangra district of the state.
This time, PM Modi returned to the Gujarat election campaign trail after a gap of two days. His three-hour-long mega roadshow will span 16 assembly constituencies which will go to the polls in the second phase of assembly elections on December 5. The first phase of assembly polls was held on Thursday.
The BJP has been in power for the last 27 years and it is a tough three-pronged battle with Congress and AAP, confident of winning the elections.