The matter of lapse in the security of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been mentioned in the Supreme Court before Chief Justice NV Ramanna. The Supreme Court has agreed to hear the matter tomorrow. The copy of the petition will be sent to the state government, the matter will be heard by the Supreme Court tomorrow. According to the information, Senior Advocate Maninder Singh has filed a PIL related to this matter. It has been said in the petition that lapse in such security cannot be accepted. In the petition, Senior Advocate Maninder Singh has demanded to give proper instructions to the Punjab Government, to take strict action against those responsible. It has been said that such lapse will not happen in future.

Punjab government formed a committee for investigation
The Punjab government has now come into action on the matter of lapse in the security of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The Punjab government has formed a high-level committee to look into the issue. Earlier on Wednesday, the Punjab government was surrounded by protesters after stopping PM Modi’s convoy in Punjab. It is being told that the committee comprises retired Justice Mehtab Singh Gill and Principal Secretary (Home Affairs and Justice) Anurag Verma. This committee will submit its report in three days.

Union Home Ministry has sought report
The Union Home Ministry has sought a detailed report from the Punjab government in the matter of security lapse during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Ferozepur. Home Minister Amit Shah said that such an incident cannot be accepted. Accountability will be fixed in this matter.

PM’s convoy stuck for 20 minutes
Let us inform that on Wednesday, PM Modi reached Bathinda in Punjab and had to leave for Hussainiwala in Ferozepur by road due to bad weather. Then the Prime Minister’s convoy was stuck on a flyover for 15 to 20 minutes due to the blockade of some farmers on the way. After that the Prime Minister’s convoy had to return. Due to this, one of his proposed rally in Ferozepur and the program related to laying the foundation stone of development plans were postponed.

EW Correspondent/ New Delhi