PM Narendra Modi Security Breach: A three-member central committee has arrived in Ferozepur, Punjab, to investigate Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s security lapse.
The investigation committee arrived at the Ferozepur-Moga highway. They also inspected the place where Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s convoy was stuck on the flyover.
The inquiry committee includes Cabinet Secretariat Secretary (Security) Sudhir Kumar Saxena, IB Joint Director Balbir Singh, and SPG Inspector General S Suresh. On the other hand, the Punjab government has also sent the Center a report on the subject.
According to the report, the state government was unaware that the Prime Minister was traveling by car. Punjab has also formed a high-level committee “to investigate PM Narendra Modi Security Breach”, which will deliver its report in three days. The Punjab government has formed a high-level committee to investigate the security lapses that occurred during the prime minister’s visit to Ferozepur.
Centre's three-member panel arrived at Ferozepur-Moga highway to probe the security lapses that led to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s convoy being stranded on the flyover pic.twitter.com/EmmbTjqbc6
— ANI (@ANI) January 7, 2022
A Punjab government spokesperson, retired Justice Mahtab Singh Gill, and Principal Secretary, Home and Law Affairs, Anurag Verma, stated that they “will conduct a thorough investigation into how such a large lapse in the Prime Minister’s security occurred.”
The BJP Accused Congress Of Plotting To Endanger Prime Minister Modi’s Life
- While going to Hussainiwala, there was a political uproar. The BJP accused Congress of plotting to endanger Prime Minister Modi’s life.
- The Ministry of Home Affairs had requested an immediate report on this matter from the Punjab government, and had assigned blame and directed that strict action be taken against the perpetrators.
- On the other hand, Chief Minister Charanjit Channi has denied any breach of security or any political motivation. He stated that the government is prepared to conduct an investigation.
President Kovind Expressed Concern Over “PM Narendra Modi Security Breach”
President Ram Nath Kovind met Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the Rashtrapati Bhavan today and received from him a first-hand account of the security breach in his convoy in Punjab yesterday. The President expressed his concerns about the serious lapse. pic.twitter.com/lzvAuriuGb
— President of India (@rashtrapatibhvn) January 6, 2022
- President Ram Nath Kovind expressed concern about the Prime Minister’s security lapse.
- On Thursday, Modi met with Kovind at Rashtrapati Bhavan and briefed him on the situation.
Meet the President today,” Modi later tweeted. I am grateful to him for expressing his concern for me and for always encouraging me to do better. Earlier, Vice President Venkaiah Naidu called Modi and expressed his concern about the incident.
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) January 6, 2022
The Bar Council Requested The Chief Justice To Investigate “PM Narendra Modi Security Breach”
- The Punjab and Haryana High Court Bar Council has written to the Chief Justice, requesting that he investigate the Prime Minister’s security lapse.
- Inderjit, the Chairman of the Bar Council, stated in a letter to the Chief Justice that the state government was negligent in this lapse.
- The state government was already aware of the Prime Minister’s plans. Despite this, strict security precautions were not taken.
- Due to this lapse, the Prime Minister’s visit to Hussainiwala via road was blocked by peasant protesters. As a result, the Prime Minister was forced to spend 20 minutes in an unsafe environment.
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