Bronco Radio has revealed the details of the transmission of radio transmissions from the Indian prime minister’s residence to a small radio shack in the middle of a rural village.
The radio transmission occurred during a storm in the early hours of January 7 and was a remarkable feat of survival by a man who has only a few hours left of life.
The transmission took place at a remote location that is still in the dark and is now the focus of a government investigation.
A spokesperson from Bronco, which broadcasts across India, said that the transmission was from PM Narendra Modi’s residence in the village of Kharagpur.
He said the radio signal was a simple voice transmission and that it was transmitted at a distance of only 300 metres.
The source also said the transmission had taken place over several hours.
“It took place after the storm had passed and the PM’s residence had been cleared and we had gone to collect water samples,” the spokesperson said.
Bronco is part of the National Radio Establishment of India, which operates radio stations across India.
It has been trying to find the radio transmissions that could have saved the life of the PM.
The source said the information was not available for public viewing at the moment.PM Narendra Modi is the first Indian Prime Minister to be confirmed dead in the line of duty since his assassination in February 2017.