On the journey from Bathinda to the Hussainiwala National Martyrs Memorial in Ferrozpur on Wednesday afternoon, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s car stopped for 15-20 minutes, following which his cavalry returned to Bathinda Airport. That’s exactly what I did. Protesters obstructing the road in front of them were responsible for the exceptional breach of the Prime Minister’s security. Approximately 400-500 protestors from the Bharatiya Kisan Union Krantikari were present. The goal was to keep BJP supporters from getting to the gathering where Ferrozpur’s Prime Minister would be present. The rally was subsequently canceled due to severe weather and rain. In opposition to the Prime Minister’s rally, the union’s 4,444 units protested at their respective district offices.