Lawyers demand action from Supreme Court against those making threats. Lawyers demand action from Supreme Court against those who threaten

Digital Desk, New Delhi. The Supreme Court Advocates-on-Record Association (SCAORA) has written to the Secretary General of the Supreme Court seeking action against the threat callers who took responsibility for the security lapse in Punjab last week by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. .

SCAORA secretary Joseph Aristotle S said that several advocates of the apex court had an automated pre-recorded call plus 44-7418365564 on Monday at 10.40 am and another call at around 12.36 am. He said that Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) from United States has taken responsibility for the security breach of PM Modi during his visit to Punjab on January 5 and says that the SFJ was trying to stop PM Modi’s convoy at Hussainiwala flyover in Punjab. Is responsible.

Several Supreme Court advocates on Monday claimed to have received an international call with a recorded message asking the apex court not to help the central government in a matter related to lapse in security of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Punjab. Is.

Speaking to IANS, Shivaji M. Jadhav, president of the Supreme Court Advocate-on-Record Association, said that one of the executive members of the association has received the call. People familiar with developments said the recorded message also claimed responsibility for blocking the PM’s route last week.

According to sources, several Advocates-on-Record (AOR) calls were received in the morning from an undisclosed international number with a recorded message that Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) has claimed responsibility for the PM’s security breach in Punjab. The recorded message stated that the apex court did not do enough justice with regard to the killings of members of the Sikh community during the 1984 riots.

Supreme Court lawyers have claimed to have received a recorded message from an international number on their mobile phones, purportedly appealing not to help the Modi regime by raising the issue of security in the apex court. Senior advocate Mahesh Jethmalani has demanded a probe by the National Investigation Agency into the matter.

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Senior advocate Mahesh Jethmalani said in a tweet, the audio sent by Sikh for Justice USA to the AOR (Advocates on Record) in the Supreme Court should be taken carefully. This act may be motivated by propaganda or a hoax to defend the guilty. Despite this, it seems to pose a veiled threat to the judges/advocate on record of the Supreme Court, hence the matter should be immediately probed by the NIA.

The Supreme Court on Monday agreed to set up a committee, headed by a former top judge, to look into the matter related to the lapse in the security of the Prime Minister in Punjab.

Senior advocate Maninder Singh, representing the petitioner Lawyers Voice of Delhi, had mentioned the petition before the Supreme Court. He stressed on the importance of security to the PM of the country.

The petition has sought an independent inquiry into the security breaches by the Prime Minister in Punjab. It has sought a direction to the District Judge Bathinda to collect, preserve and produce all material relating to the movement and deployment of Punjab Police in connection with the visit of the Prime Minister and fix the responsibility of the DGP and the Chief Secretary of Punjab.

On January 6, the Ministry of Home Affairs had constituted a three-member committee to probe serious lapses in security arrangements during the PM’s visit to Ferozepur in the election state of Punjab.


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