Delhi Police made a big disclosure: There was no leopard in Rashtrapati Bhavan, it was a pet cat…

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New Delhi: Narendra Modi took oath as the Prime Minister on 9 June. Meanwhile, the cabinet was also divided on 10 June. Meanwhile, a news caught everyone’s attention. Actually, on 9 June, when all the ministers of the Modi government were taking oath, an animal was seen walking behind the oath taking stage.

The video of this mysterious animal went viral on social media. Media organizations across the country made all kinds of news about it. It was claimed that a mysterious animal was seen behind the stage during the swearing-in ceremony. However, now Delhi Police has given an official statement on this and refuted such news.

Delhi Police denied such news and wrote on social media site X, “The facts being shown are wrong. The animal captured in the camera is a pet cat. Please do not pay attention to such rumors.” Delhi Police wrote in its second post, “Some media channels and social media handles are showing the picture of an animal taken during the live telecast of the swearing-in ceremony held at Rashtrapati Bhavan yesterday and claiming that it is a wild animal. This fact is absolutely wrong.”

Actually, when Durgadas was taking oath as a minister, the camera showed that an animal was walking behind him in the Rashtrapati Bhavan. Some people said that the creature seen in the video was a leopard and some said that it was a cat. People were eager to know which animal it was and how could a leopard reach Rashtrapati Bhavan amidst so much security? All kinds of news were spread on media channels and social media across the country regarding this. However, now Delhi Police has officially confirmed that the animal was not a mysterious animal but the pet cat of Rashtrapati Bhavan.

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