PM Security Breach: The matter of lapse in PM's security reached the Supreme Court, Channi government formed a committee to investigate

Khushbu Kumari Jha
Khushbu Kumari Jha
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The matter of lapse in the security of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has reached the Supreme Court. On the other hand, the Channi government of Punjab has formed a high level committee for the investigation.

The matter of lapse in the security of the Prime Minister in Punjab's Ferozepur yesterday has been raised in the Supreme Court. Senior advocate Maninder Singh, placing this matter before the Chief Justice, demanded to take a report on the incident and direct the Punjab government to take action against the culprits. At the same time, the court asked to hand over the copy of the petition to the Punjab government. Tomorrow i.e. on Friday, it will be heard. At the same time, the Punjab government has now constituted a high-level committee in this matter. An official spokesperson said the committee would comprise Justice (Retd) Mehtab Singh Gill and Principal Secretary (Home Affairs and Justice) Anurag Verma. The spokesperson said the committee would submit its report within three days.

The Supreme Court will hear tomorrow,the Supreme Court has agreed to consider this urgent petition raising the matter of a huge lapse in the security of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. A bench headed by Chief Justice of India N V Ramanna asked senior advocate Maninder Singh, who raised the matter, to give a copy of the petition filed by 'Lawyer's Voice' to the counsel for the Punjab government and decided to hear the petition on Friday. Singh demanded an "efficient and professional" probe into the entire episode to avoid its recurrence in the future. He asked the top court to direct the District Judge (Bathinda) to take possession of the entire record related to the security breach.

Also met Governor defaults case protects MotionThe issue of breach of security of Modi BJP president will be a delegation Governor headed by Ashwani Sharma today at Raj Bhavan. The Punjab government has not considered the case of the Prime Minister's convoy stranded in Ferozepur and later returning as a security lapse. But the investigation of this entire matter has been started.

what is the matterWednesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had a visit to Ferozepur in Punjab? Due to heavy rains, the PM had to go by road, but during this time protesters were found on the way, 30 km from Hussainiwala, due to which his convoy stayed in a very unsafe area for about 20 minutes. Apart from terrorists, the area where PM Modi's convoy had stopped is considered a stronghold of heroin smugglers. In September last year, a terrorist incident was carried out in the same area. Therefore, apart from the Union Home Ministry, it was justified to create wrinkles on the faces of all the officers of PM Security. Since then the politics in Punjab had heated up.

Rally had to be canceled in Ferozepur, Prime Minister returned to BathindaThe Prime Minister's programs in Ferozepur were canceled due to security reasons. His convoy returned to Bathinda airport. The Center has sought a detailed report of the incident from the Punjab government. At the Bathinda airport, the Prime Minister told the officers of the Punjab government, "Thanks to your CM that I was able to return alive till Bathinda airport."


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Home Ministry accuses Punjab GovernmentTheHome Ministry said that the Prime Minister's program and travel plan were already informed to the Punjab Government.They had to make arrangements related to this, which were not done. The Home Ministry said that when the travel route was changed, the Punjab government had to make additional security deployments so that travel by road was safe, but no additional arrangements were made.