Moscow: Amid the war between Russia and Ukraine, there have been reports of an assassination attempt on Russian President Vladimir Putin. According to reports released on Wednesday, the front wheel of the limousine in which Vladimir Putin was traveling was struck with a loud bang. However, the President’s car was quickly driven to safety. Fortunately, the president escaped unhurt. Another attempt to assassinate Russian President Vladimir Putin.
According to reports, the incident occurred when Vladimir Putin was returning by car to his official residence. Date of accident unknown. But many have been arrested in connection with the assassination attempt. Another attempt to assassinate Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The president’s bodyguard chief and several others have been suspended since the incident. Also, media reports say that the suspended staff members were kept in custody because only the security guards knew about Putin’s movements.
Rumors have been circulating that Putin’s life is in danger since Russia invaded Ukraine in February this year. He publicly disclosed that he survived at least five assassination attempts in 2017.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has survived an assassination attempt, according to a report by Euro Weekly News.
This information was released on General GVR Telegram channel on Wednesday, it said. However, it is not known when the attempt took place.
Rumors about threats to Putin’s health and life have been swirling since Russia invaded Ukraine in February this year. As for the Russian president, he publicly disclosed that he survived at least five assassination attempts in 2017.
According to an account on the Telegram channel, the left front wheel of Putin’s limousine was hit by a loud bang, Euroweekly reported, and the car was quickly driven to safety despite smoke billowing from it.
The outlet said the Russian president was unharmed in the incident, but several arrests had been made. Other news outlets, such as news.co.au, reported on the incident, saying Putin was returning to his official residence in a motor vehicle amid security concerns.