Due to the lapse in the security of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the team of the Ministry of Home Affairs is interrogating the SSP of Bathinda. A show cause notice was sent to the SSP on behalf of the Ministry of Home Affairs.
Due to the lapse in the security of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the team of the Ministry of Home Affairs is questioning the SSP of Bathinda. A show cause notice was sent to the SSP on behalf of the Ministry of Home Affairs. If PM Modi’s convoy stops for 15-20 minutes at a flyover, then it is not only a matter of concern, but it is a display of serious negligence. This happened on January 5th.
PM Modi was to go to Ferozepur on his Punjab tour. The program was predetermined. There he was to address a program but when the convoy stopped, he had to return. Experts are considering this as a huge lapse in security and it is also. If this mistake has happened at the administration level, then there should be no place in the service for such careless officers and if there is any politics behind it, then nothing can be disgusting than this.
FIR registered against more than 100 people in Punjab
At the same time, according to media reports, an FIR has been registered against more than 100 people in Punjab in connection with the stopping of PM Modi’s convoy. On the other hand, a three-member committee constituted by the Union Home Ministry has summoned more than a dozen senior officers, including state police chief S Chattopadhyay, to Ferozepur.
PM’s convoy stuck on flyover for 15-20 minutes
On January 5, PM Modi was to reach Ferozepur and lay the foundation stone of various projects worth Rs 42,750 crore. For this, he was being taken to the National Martyrs Memorial by road as it was not possible to go by helicopter due to bad weather. But at some distance from the venue, farmers protested and blocked the road, due to which the Prime Minister’s convoy was stuck on the flyover for 15-20 minutes. He had to return after canceling his rally as the road was not empty.
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