NEW DELHI: During BJP’s “Tiranga Yatra” rally, former Gujarat Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel was hit by a galloping cow, leading to a minor fracture in the left leg, NDTV quoted the BJP leader as saying. Cow hits former Indian minister: watch video Patel was leading the rally when the cow rammed into him. According to the former minister, almost 2,000 people participated in the walk. People had covered nearly 70% of the distance when the “cow suddenly came running.” The video shows how, along with Patel, a few others were also thrown to the ground. Patel can be seen holding India’s flag surrounded by many people. Cow hits former Indian minister: watch video Stray cow attacks Gujarat’s former Deputy CM Nitin Patel during “Har Ghar Tiranga” yatra in Mehsana. pic.twitter.com/pwlmqRi7nT — Saral Patel 🇮🇳 (@SaralPatel) August 13, 2022 He was taken to a hospital soon where tests revealed a minor fracture in the left leg. The former minister told the local media that the doctors had asked him to rest for 20-25 days.