UFO Spotted Hovering Above Indian Prime Minister Modi’s House
A UFO was spotted hovering over Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s residence a few weeks ago, launching a frantic investigation by security forces who feared it could be a threat. But by the time the property was locked down and an investigation was made to identify the flying object, it had disappeared, never to be found.
Originally reported at 7:30 pm on June 7, it was described as a round, glowing object, hovering above Modi’s residence. The object instigated an emergency response with a complete lockdown of the leader’s home as authorities searched for the aircraft.
New Delhi police believe it may have been a drone operated by someone in the nearby vicinity, though there isn’t an official explanation as it disappeared without trace. But despite this mundane explanation, the forces involved in the search were brought in from high-level security branches, including the Indian Air Force, airport security, the Central Industrial Security Force, and Modi’s personal apparatus.
The Intelligence Bureau and Air Traffic Control at New Delhi’s airport were put on high alert as well. But once the object had disappeared and authorities called all clear, investigations were dropped and anxieties were eased.
Speculation has ranged from a curios UFO investigating the technological prowess of a major nation; to a drone controlled by a civilian; or even a drone controlled by a foreign power attempting to spy on the country’s leader. It wouldn’t be the first time a UFO was spotted over the capital building of a hegemonic country.
In either scenario, the situation was surprising for the leader of a country, with the second largest population in the world, to have a security breach of airspace, especially since the UFO was never identified.
And protecting drones from entering sensitive airspace is relatively easy for most commercially sold drones. Drone manufacturers are starting to incorporate “geofencing” capabilities into their products, allowing airports, stadiums, and government property to virtually fence off areas of land, in order to prevent private drones from encroaching on their airspace.
In fact, a large swath of Delhi, where Modi resides, is part of that no-fly zone. But the technology is undoubtedly in a nascent phase with homemade, or more advanced government drones not subject to the boundaries.
Modi recently began a public service initiative to spur Indian citizens to exercise more, publishing a video of his own exercise routine at home. Indian citizens poked fun at the situation, tweeting that it may be possible that obese extraterrestrials were looking for a new fitness program.
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