PM Narendra Modi Security Breach: Punjab officials have been accused of lapses in the security of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The Ministry of Home Affairs is preparing to issue show cause notices to several officials of Punjab.
- PM’s convoy was staying on the flyover for 15-20 minutes
- Home Ministry team has recreated the scene in Firozpur
- Show cause notice has been issued to Bathinda SSP
New Delhi: Punjab Police officials have been stirred up by the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) on the investigation being done by the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) regarding negligence in the security of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The officials posted in the security of Prime Minister Narendra Modi are blaming each other for negligence.
- Bathinda SSP will have to answer today
Yesterday (Friday) itself, the Ministry of Home Affairs issued a show cause notice to the SSP of Bathinda, Punjab, seeking a reply on the allegations of negligence against him in a day. SSP will have to answer today.
- Action can be taken against many officers of Punjab
Significantly, a three-member high-level team of the Ministry of Home Affairs is preparing to issue show cause notices to many more senior officers of Punjab Police.
- Punjab Police accused of lapse in PM’s security
Let us tell you that on January 5, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s convoy was stopping for 15-20 minutes at a flyover in Ferozepur, Punjab. After which the Punjab Police was accused of lapses in the security of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. However, Punjab Police says that the protesters had suddenly reached the spot. Additional forces were deployed for the security of the Prime Minister.
Let us know that yesterday (on Friday) the matter of lapse in the security of the Prime Minister was also heard in the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court had said that this matter is Rarest Of The Rare. Such a thing should not happen again. It was wrong to stop PM Modi’s convoy. We are serious about the security of the Prime Minister.
Let us tell you that the team of Home Ministry had reached the same flyover in Ferozepur yesterday (on Friday) for investigation where PM Modi’s convoy was staying for 15-20 minutes. The scene was also recreated by the team of the Ministry of Home Affairs.