- CM Channi gave clarification on the lapse in PM’s security
- Said – there was no threat to the Prime Minister
The Punjab government has sent its reply to the Union Home Ministry late on Thursday. It is being told that the Chief Secretary of Punjab has sent a reply with facts about the reasons for the lapse in the security of PM Modi. In fact, on January 5, after the lapse in the security of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Punjab, the Union Home Ministry had sought a report from the Punjab government on the matter.
According to the information, this report has been prepared after talking to senior officers engaged in PM security in Ferozepur. Sources say that it has been said in the report that there was protest against the PM’s visit all over Punjab. Keeping the protests and demonstrations in mind, additional security forces were prepared.
CM Channi had denied the lapse
Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi had denied the lapse in security of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He had said that I am sorry that PM Modi had to return during his visit to Ferozepur district. We respect our PM. If there is any lapse in the security of the Prime Minister, then we will get it investigated. He had said that there is a democratic system in our country. I also had to go to PM Modi’s program, but I did not go due to contact with Corona positive and therefore I entrusted the duty of welcoming the Prime Minister to Finance Minister Manpreet Badal and Deputy CM Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa.
There was no danger – Channi
The Chief Minister of Punjab said that we had minute-to-minute program of PM. The protesters who blocked the way suddenly came and sat on the road. However, there was no threat to the PM’s security from the peacefully protesting farmers. We had asked them (PMO) to stop the tour due to bad weather conditions and protests. We had no information about his (Prime Minister Narendra Modi) sudden change of route.
this is the whole matter
It is known that PM Modi had reached Bathinda in Punjab. From here he had to go to the National Martyrs Memorial in Hussainiwala by helicopter. But due to bad light and rain, PM Modi kept waiting for 20 minutes. But the weather did not improve, so he decided to go to the National Martyrs Memorial by road. It was supposed to take 2 hours by this route. After confirming the security arrangements from Punjab DGP, PM Modi proceeded by road.
When PM Modi’s convoy reached the flyover, about 30 km before the National Martyrs Memorial, some protesters blocked the way here. Due to this, PM Modi’s convoy had to stop on the flyover for 15-20 minutes. This is being considered a big lapse in the security of the PM.
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