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Supreme Court Heard The Matter Of Security Lapses During Prime Minister Narendra Modi Visit To Punjab Will be disclosed in the investigation report

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Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi has said that Prime Minister Modi’s program to go by road was a sudden one. Earlier he had to reach the rally venue of Ferozepur by helicopter. However, the central and state governments have their own arguments in this matter. The Punjab government says that we had already informed the central agencies about the current situation.

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The matter of security lapse during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Punjab is now heating up. On Friday, the Supreme Court also heard the matter. Especially those who understand the ‘SPG’ say, whether the investigating agency is of the Center or the Punjab government, they will find ten such points in the investigation of the PM security lapse case, which are full of flaws. The inquiry committee has to find the ‘suspect’ out of these ten points, from where the chain of execution of orders started breaking. This is not a normal negligence in PM Modi’s visit to Ferozepur, it is a big flaw. About half a dozen alerts received from the center were taken lightly. Messages have been exchanged with seven top police officials including PMO, IB, SPG and Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi. Despite this, the ‘doubtful’ point could not be caught. Now that ‘secret’ of the suspect can be exposed in the investigation report of the Centre.

Where did the negligence happen?

Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi has said that Prime Minister Modi’s program to go by road was a sudden one. Earlier he had to reach the rally venue of Ferozepur by helicopter. However, the central and state governments have their own arguments in this matter. The Punjab government says that we had already informed the central agencies about the current situation. On the other hand, central agencies claim that they had sent various important inputs to the Punjab government regarding the PM’s visit during a week. These include information about bad weather, alternate transport routes and farmers’ performance. When the matter of exchange of information has been accepted from both the sides, then where and how did the negligence happen. Experts say that when both the parties are fully aware of something and yet there is negligence, then there remains a ‘doubtful’ point. In this case, from where the chain of disobeying orders started breaking, it will be known from the same ‘suspect’.

These ten points will remain at the center of the inquiry committee

  • There have been continuous talks for seven days between the central agencies and the Punjab government regarding the visit of the PM. According to sources, written alerts were also issued four times. Despite this, the Prime Minister’s route could not be cleared.
  • The IB Chief had a talk with Chief Minister Channi regarding the farmers. In the last conversation it was said that the farmers have agreed. Will make him meet with PM. How did the road get blocked after that?
  • Ferozepur Road was operational till noon on the day the Prime Minister was to address the rally. As soon as the PM started walking on the road, the farmers blocked the road even before that. He was aware of the PM’s road route.
  • When the Prime Minister walked by road, the SPG was told that the route was clear. Police was engaged on the Ferozepur route. It meant the farmers’ news was to them, so why was the SPG not informed. If this information has been given, why did the SPG decide to go ahead.
  • Messages were issued for the local PCR and traffic police regarding the PM’s visit. What was written in his logbook? Was that message implemented? The place where the farmers blocked the jam, the police was already present there. Was there a delay in passing the correct information to the SPG?
  • On the advice of the IB, the Punjab government had ordered the police department to prepare a necessary diversion plan. The PMO, CMO, IB and SPG had this information, but the PM could not get an alternate route.
  • An alert was also given a day before regarding the road route between Bathinda and Firozpur. After all, why did the Punjab Police not clear the road even after all this? While the CM had said that the farmers have agreed.
  • A warning was issued to seven top officials of Punjab Police including Law and Order, Intelligence and Traffic over the farmers’ protest. After that neither the traffic diversion plan was prepared nor the farmers could be removed from there.
  • The special thing is that more than half a dozen ADGs of Punjab Police had camped in Ferozepur during the PM’s era. Police vehicles continued to run between Bathinda and Firozpur. In such a situation, the SPG could not know anything. Somebody is ‘suspicious’, from where the chain of disobeying orders has started breaking.
  • On the PM’s visit, preparing an alternate plan regarding bad weather, issuing four special alerts, if the farmers agreed, then how did they come back, on Wednesday, when the Prime Minister was waiting in his car in Pyarayana village, the Punjab Police was on alert. But why the question arose, the answer to all these questions can be found in the report of the inquiry committee. It has been said in the Supreme Court that when the farmers blocked the road on the PM route, the policemen were drinking tea among the farmers. The inquiry committee will also look into this fact.

Scope

The matter of security lapse during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Punjab is now heating up. On Friday, the Supreme Court also heard the matter. Especially those who understand the ‘SPG’ say, whether the investigating agency is of the Center or the Punjab government, they will find ten such points in the investigation of the PM security lapse case, which are full of flaws. The inquiry committee has to find the ‘suspect’ out of these ten points, from where the chain of execution of orders started breaking. This is not a normal negligence in PM Modi’s visit to Ferozepur, it is a big flaw. About half a dozen alerts received from the center were taken lightly. Messages have been exchanged with seven top police officials including PMO, IB, SPG and Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi. Despite this the ‘doubtful’ point could not be caught. Now that ‘secret’ of the suspect can be exposed in the investigation report of the Centre.

Where did the negligence happen?

Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi has said that Prime Minister Modi’s program to go by road was a sudden one. Earlier he had to reach the rally venue of Ferozepur by helicopter. However, the central and state governments have their own arguments in this matter. The Punjab government says that we had already informed the central agencies about the current situation. On the other hand, central agencies claim that they had sent various important inputs to the Punjab government regarding the PM’s visit during a week. These include information about bad weather, alternate transport routes and farmers’ performance. When the matter of exchange of information has been accepted from both the sides, then where and how did the negligence happen. Experts say that when both the parties are fully aware of something and yet there is negligence, then there remains a ‘doubtful’ point. In this case, from where the chain of disobeying orders started breaking, it will be known from the same ‘suspect’.

These ten points will remain at the center of the inquiry committee

  • There have been continuous talks for seven days between the central agencies and the Punjab government regarding the visit of the PM. According to sources, written alerts were also issued four times. Despite this, the Prime Minister’s route could not be cleared.
  • The IB Chief had a talk with Chief Minister Channi regarding the farmers. In the last conversation it was said that the farmers have agreed. Will make him meet with PM. How did the road get blocked after that?
  • Ferozepur Road was operational till noon on the day the Prime Minister was to address the rally. As soon as the PM started walking on the road, the farmers blocked the road even before that. He was aware of the PM’s road route.
  • When the Prime Minister walked by road, the SPG was told that the route was clear. Police was engaged on the Ferozepur route. It meant the farmers’ news was to them, so why was the SPG not informed. If this information has been given, why did the SPG decide to go ahead.
  • Messages were issued for the local PCR and traffic police regarding the PM’s visit. What was written in his logbook? Was that message implemented? The place where the farmers blocked the jam, the police was already present there. Was there a delay in passing the correct information to the SPG?
  • On the advice of the IB, the Punjab government had ordered the police department to prepare a necessary diversion plan. The PMO, CMO, IB and SPG had this information, but the PM could not get an alternate route.
  • An alert was also given a day before regarding the road route between Bathinda and Firozpur. After all, why did the Punjab Police not clear the road even after all this? While the CM had said that the farmers have agreed.
  • A warning was issued to seven top officials of Punjab Police including Law and Order, Intelligence and Traffic over the farmers’ protest. After that neither the traffic diversion plan was prepared nor the farmers could be removed from there.
  • The special thing is that more than half a dozen ADGs of Punjab Police had camped in Ferozepur during the PM’s era. Police vehicles continued to run between Bathinda and Firozpur. In such a situation, the SPG could not know anything. Somebody is ‘suspicious’, from where the chain of disobeying orders has started breaking.
  • On the PM’s visit, preparing an alternate plan regarding bad weather, issuing four special alerts, if the farmers agreed, then how did they come back, on Wednesday, when the Prime Minister was waiting in his car in Pyarayana village, the Punjab Police was on alert. But why the question arose, the answer to all these questions can be found in the report of the inquiry committee. It has been said in the Supreme Court that when the farmers blocked the road on the PM route, the policemen were drinking tea among the farmers. The inquiry committee will also look into this fact.

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