PM Modi Security Breach: Kangana termed the lapse in PM's security as shameful, said - Punjab is becoming a hotbed of terrorist activities

Maharanee Kumari
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PM Modi Security Breach. Kangana called it shameful act. The central government has blamed the ruling Congress government of Punjab for this lapse, while the Congress was heavily criticized on social media.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi was on a visit to Punjab on Wednesday when his security lapsed. His convoy was halted for 15 to 20 minutes at a flyover because of the protesters. The central government has blamed the ruling Congress government of Punjab for this lapse, while the Congress was heavily criticized on social media. Meanwhile, Kangana Ranaut has also described Punjab as a hotbed of terrorist activities while keeping her side in this matter.

Telling the incident shameful, Kangana writes on her Instagram, what happened in Punjab is shameful. Respected Prime Minister is a democratically elected leader, representative, and the voice of 140 crore people. Such an attack on him means an attack on every citizen of the country. It is also an attack on our democracy.

Kangana further wrote, Punjab is becoming a hotbed of terrorist activities. If we do not stop now, the country may have to suffer a big loss. With this, Kangana wrote the hashtag – Bharat Stand With Modi Ji. This statement of Kangana is also being praised on social media. Kangana has often heard taunts for being a BJP supporter, but the actress definitely keeps her views on social media.

What happened

Prime Minister Narendra Modi had visited Punjab for the first time after the farmers' agitation that lasted for about 13 months. He was to go to Firozpur, where the foundation stone for development plans worth Rs 42,750 crore was to be laid. The Prime Minister's special aircraft reached the Air Force station in Bathinda on Wednesday morning. From here he was to go to Hussainiwala by helicopter, but due to fog and rain, the Prime Minister stayed at the Air Force station. When the weather was not clear, it was decided to take the Prime Minister's convoy to Hussainiwala by road.


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SPG and Home Ministry spoke to the DGP of Punjab Police. After confirming the necessary security arrangements from his side, the Prime Minister's journey by road started. The Prime Minister was to visit the National Martyrs Memorial at Hussainiwala. His convoy was at a distance of about 30 km, but in the middle, the protesters blocked the way. Due to this the Prime Minister's convoy was halted at a flyover for 15-20 minutes. Pictures of SPG commandos and Punjab Police officers standing on the flyover went viral. Bathinda airport officials told ANI that PM Modi told officials at the airport, 'Thanks to your CM that I was able to return alive till Bathinda airport.'