Political oops moment!! PM Modi falls on Ganga-Ghat stairs | Video

One of the most confident Prime Ministers, Narendra Modi fell on the Ganga-Ghat stairs during his visit to Kanpur. He was picked up by his security officials.

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Lucknow: One of the most confident Prime Ministers, Narendra Modi fell on the Ganga-Ghat stairs during his visit to Kanpur. He was picked up by his security officials.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Kanpur on Saturday. He chaired the first meeting of National Rejuvenation, Protection and Management of River Ganga Council (National Ganga Council). He is scheduled to review the progress of work done and deliberate on aspects of cleaning the Ganga.

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पीएम मोदी गिरे गंगा किनारे: अचानक दौड़ा सुरक्षाकर्मी, फिर हुआ ये #PMModi #NarendraModiFallout #PMModi #NarendraModi

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Earlier, Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Kanpur to chair the first meeting of the National Ganga Council and review the ambitious ”Namami Gange” project.

The prime minister, who attended the meeting at Chandra Shekhar Azad Agriculture university, was received at the Chakeri airport by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and other dignitaries.

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The Prime Minister’s Office had said on Friday that Modi will chair the first meeting of National Rejuvenation, Protection and Management of River Ganga Council (National Ganga Council) in Kanpur. He will review progress of work done and deliberate on aspects of cleaning the Ganga, the PMO said.

A senior district official had said on Friday that PM Modi will hold the Ganga Council meeting with Union ministers, chief ministers of UP, Uttarakhand and Bihar and secretaries of various central departments.

Chief Ministers of two Gangetic states — West Bengal and Jharkhand — may not attend the meeting, the official said.

PM Modi is expected to visit the Atal ghat, where he will take the steamer for the journey through the river, the official added.

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