Ex Gujarat Deputy CM Nitin Patel Injured After Being Hit By Racing Cow During Tiranga Yatra

Ahmedabad: In an embarrassing incident, former Gujarat Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel on Saturday suffered injuries after a galloping cow rammed into the Tiranga Yatra being led by him, reported news agency ANI. In a video clip of the incident, Patel could be seen holding a tricolor as a group of people surrounded him when a galloping cow crashed into the gathering, hitting several people in the way. It brushed past Patel who could be seen losing his balance and falling to the ground.Also Read – Independence Day Long Weekend | 5 Must Visit Places To Explore India’s Heritage

The video, tweeted by Congress’ social media in-charge Saral Patel, shows a group of people holding Indian flags rushing to the aid of the former minister. “Stray cow attacks Gujarat’s former Deputy CM Nitin Patel during “Har Ghar Tiranga” yatra in Mehsana,” Saral Patel tweeted along with the video clip. Also Read – Fire at Hotel in Gujarat’s Jamnagar Brought Under Control, All Safely Evacuated | Highlights

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Another tweet by a Gujarat Aam Aadmi Party leader showed Patel in a wheelchair with bandages on his left leg being escorted by security guards.

A herd of cattle had reportedly entered the procession and caused a commotion, reported NDTV online.

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