OMG! Leopard SPOTTED At PM Narendra Modi's Oath Ceremony? Netizens Decode Mysterious Animal Seen At Rashtrapati Bhavan - WATCH VIRAL VIDEO

PM Narendra Modi's oath ceremony witnessed a mysterious animal at the event and people think it Leopard, take a look at the video below!

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OMG! Leopard SPOTTED At PM Narendra Modi's Oath Ceremony? Netizens Decode Mysterious Animal Seen At Rashtrapati Bhavan - WATCH VIRAL VIDEO
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's swearing-in ceremony for his third term took place on Sunday at the opulent Rashtrapati Bhavan, witnessed by 8,000 attendees. This grand event saw the presence of foreign dignitaries, top industrialists, film stars, and key political figures, reflecting the significance of the occasion. However, amid the pomp and ceremony, a rather unexpected guest became the center of social media buzz. A video capturing what seemed to be a cat-like animal in the background during BJP MP Durga Das Uikey's greeting to President Droupadi Murmu quickly went viral. The mysterious animal's appearance during such a high-profile event led to a flurry of speculation and theories online.

As the video circulated widely, viewers were intrigued and amused, trying to identify the animal. Some suggested it might be a leopard, citing its size and gait, while others thought it could be an ordinary cat or even a dog. Comments on the video ranged from humorous to concerned. One user questioned the authenticity of the video, while another expressed relief that the animal, possibly a leopard, had passed by without incident. A third user, more skeptical, noted that the animal looked like a domesticated cat.

The viral video not only caught the public's attention but also prompted media outlets like NDTV to seek a comment from Rashtrapati Bhavan. Despite the grandeur of the swearing-in ceremony and the political significance of the event, the mysterious animal managed to steal some of the limelight.

In addition to the social media frenzy, the ceremony itself was marked by the oath-taking of a substantial 72-member Council of Ministers, led by President Murmu. This council included 30 cabinet ministers, 36 Ministers of State (MoS), and five MoS with independent charge. Prominent leaders such as Rajnath Singh, Amit Shah, Nitin Gadkari, Nirmala Sitharaman, and S. Jaishankar continued their roles as cabinet ministers. The new cabinet also featured 11 ministers from the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) partners, indicating a diverse and strategic political lineup.

In his post on X (formerly Twitter), Prime Minister Modi expressed his commitment to serving India's 140 crore citizens and working alongside the Council of Ministers to propel the nation to greater heights of progress. His first official act on Monday morning was to sign a file aimed at benefiting farmers, underscoring his focus on agricultural welfare.

While the main event was steeped in political and national importance, the curious incident involving the unidentified animal added an unexpected layer of intrigue and entertainment, capturing the imagination of the public and media alike.

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