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Tuesday, 17 May 2022 5.27 PM IST

Security lapse during President's visit, near-miss situation in capital as mayor's vehicle drives into convoy

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A major security breach occurred during the President's visit to Thiruvananthapuram. Mayor Arya Rajendran's car was driven into the convoy without warning. The incident took place yesterday on the way to Poojappura from the airport.

The mayor's vehicle attempted to enter the President's convoy from Thumpa St. Xavier's College to the General Hospital. The attempt was to get the mayor's car was in front of the eighth vehicle near the general hospital. The vehicles behind had to brake suddenly.

A total of 14 vehicles accompany the President. According to the police and the Central Intelligence Agency, it was a near-miss situation. As the mayor's vehicle entered the convoy, other vehicles, including firefighters and ambulances was further pushed back.

The President was traveling in the second vehicle. According to the Centre's protocol, no other vehicle, no matter how large the VIP, is allowed inside the President's convoy.

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