An unexpected occurrence occurred while Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot's convoy travelled through Bhilwara, surprising Police administration and other officials.
Surprisingly, young people began chanting "Modi-Modi" before .
A video documenting CM Gehlot's response to the incident has emerged, adding an unusual twist to the interaction.
The context of this incident may be traced back to CM Gehlot's crucial visit to the Bhilwara area.
During his visit, he laid the groundwork for and launched many development projects worth crores of rupees at Gulabpura in partnership with Congress National President Mallikarjun Kharge.
Kharge then left for Delhi, while CM Gehlot travelled to Bhilwara.
On that Wednesday evening, CM Gehlot met with local businesspeople from the Bhilwara district at the Maharana Pratap Auditorium, located at the Bhilwara Municipal Council offices.
The discussions centred on Mission 2030, a bold regional growth and development plan.
's convoy left towards the Bhilwara Circuit House, where he would spend the night, as the day turned to darkness.
However, they were met by an unexpected sight at Saraswati Circle, immediately behind the Municipal Council building. Many young people had assembled there, anxious to see the Chief Minister.
When the convoy stopped, the youngsters began an unexpected chant of "Modi-Modi" in front of CM Gehlot.
The police and administrative authorities in Bhilwara were taken aback by this unexpected exhibition of chants in favour of Prime Minister Modi.
Police officers quickly erected a protective barrier around the Chief Minister's vehicle, securing his safety. Despite the security measures, the youth sang "Modi-Modi" with zeal.
stepped out of his automobile, acknowledging the crowd with folded hands and a warm grin in a spectacular display of statesmanship and poise.
He returned to his car, and the convoy continued its voyage. As they left, the youth yelled, "Jai Shri Ram," bringing this unexpected episode in Bhilwara to a close.