- Politics heats up after security lapse
- The opposition also demanded an inquiry into the matter.
The matter of breach in the security of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has now reached the Supreme Court. Action has been demanded against those responsible for the lapse in security. Hearing on this is to be held in the Supreme Court today at 10.30. Please inform that a public interest litigation has been filed regarding this matter. The political ruckus has also intensified regarding the breach in PM’s security. On Thursday, PM Modi met President Kovind after reaching Rashtrapati Bhavan. Earlier, Vice President Venkaiah Naidu spoke to PM Modi.
Committee constituted to investigate the matter
Home Minister Amit Shah has constituted a three-member team to investigate the serious security lapse during the PM’s visit to Punjab. The team has been asked to investigate and submit the report soon. On the other hand, the Channi government has also constituted a high-level committee to investigate the issue. This committee will prepare its report in three days.
Opposition came in support on security issue
Opposition parties have also got support for PM Modi on the breach in PM Modi’s security. Senior leaders of all political parties have described the lapse in security of PM Modi as a serious matter and demanded strict action against the culprits. Sonia Gandhi, President of the main opposition party Congress, has also shown seriousness on this and asked Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi to identify the culprits and take strict action.
Worship rituals held across the country
On Thursday, worship was done in many parts of the country regarding the security of the PM. Where worship was done at more than 100 places in Delhi. In Bhopal, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has chanted the Mahamrityunjay Mantra on Thursday. On the other hand, in Varanasi, CM Yogi also performed rituals for the security of the PM.
There was a breach in the security of the PM like this
On January 5, PM Modi’s rally was to be held in Ferozepur, Punjab. Prime Minister Narendra Modi landed in Bathinda. The PM was to go by helicopter to the National Martyrs Memorial in Hussainiwala. The Prime Minister waited 20 minutes because of the bad weather. In view of the bad weather, it was considered to go to Hussainiwala by road. About 30 km before the National Martyrs Memorial, some protesters had blocked the road.
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