Former Gujarat Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel was hit by a galloping cow at the BJP’s “Tiranga Yatra” rally, breaking his left leg slightly, according to NDTV.
The cow ran over Patel while he was leading the gathering. The former minister said that about 2,000 people took part in the walk. Nearly 70% of the distance had been travelled when the “cow suddenly came running.”
A video of an event when former deputy chief minister of Gujarat Nitin Patel was crushed by a cow has surfaced as India begins its festivities for the 75th anniversary of its independence with the “Tiranga Rally” and “Har Ghar Tiranga” campaign.
The event was recorded on camera and tweeted about. Patel may be seen clinging to the national flag in the footage. When a brown cow gallops into the throng and rams into the former deputy chief minister while he is surrounded by people, the scene is described. Additionally, the cow ends up running into a number of humans. The effect of the cow’s push is then visible as Patel tumbles to the ground.
Soon after, he was taken to a hospital, where tests indicated a small left leg fracture. The former minister told the local media that he had been ordered to take a 20–25-day break by the doctors.