Ministers were taking oath on the stage, a leopard was following them in Rashtrapati Bhavan! What is the secret of this video

Ananya Shroff
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New Delhi: Modi government has been formed for the third time in the country. On Sunday, Narendra Modi took oath as the Prime Minister at Rashtrapati Bhavan. During this, 71 other ministers also took oath. The swearing-in ceremony took place at Rashtrapati Bhavan. A mysterious video of this ceremony is going viral on social media, in which an animal is seen walking behind the swearing-in stage. This animal is seen in Rashtrapati Bhavan for a few seconds. People are surprised after the video surfaced. Where did this animal come from in Rashtrapati Bhavan which has such tight security? Everyone wants to know the answer to this question.

What is in the viral video?
After PM Modi, all the ministers took oath one by one. When BJP MP Durga Das Uikey took oath, an animal was seen walking inside the Rashtrapati Bhavan building behind the stage. Apart from this, when MP Ajay Tamta was taking oath, a glimpse of the animal was also seen. No one paid attention to it during the swearing-in ceremony. But when this video surfaced, everyone was shocked. People are sharing the video of the swearing-in on social media and are eager to know the truth about the animal.

Some people are saying that it is a cat, some people are saying that it is a leopard
Seeing the video, people are guessing that it is a pet leopard. At the same time, some people say that it is a cat, whose shadow looks big. But seeing an animal amidst so much security in Rashtrapati Bhavan is definitely surprising people. However, it is not yet clear which animal is seen in the video.

The video going viral on social media can also be seen on the official YouTube channel of Rashtrapati Bhavan. You can see a part of the viral video after 2 hours 46 minutes 29 seconds on the Rashtrapati Bhavan channel. This proves that this video is not fake.

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