- During the meeting of the Chief Ministers, Channi recited the lion, wishing PM Modi a long life.
- Channi told Modi that he was sorry for whatever happened during his Punjab visit.
- Channi read the lion for the PM, you stay safe till the doom and may God bless you.
New Delhi: Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi on Thursday expressed regret over the security lapse of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who visited the state recently, and read a lion to wish him well. According to information received from sources, during the meeting of Chief Ministers called by the Prime Minister to review the situation of Kovid-19, Channi recited the lion wishing him long life. According to sources, Channi told Modi that he was sorry for what happened during his visit to Punjab as he had a lot of respect for him as the country’s prime minister.
BJP has kept its aggressive attitude
Channi said, ‘Stay safe till the doomsday and may God bless you.’ It is to be known that the Bharatiya Janata Party has taken an aggressive attitude on the issue of security lapse of the Prime Minister and for this it is directly blaming the Punjab Government. BJP leaders have accused the Congress and the Punjab government of even conspiring to assassinate the Prime Minister. Channi has expressed regret over the incident in the past but at the same time he has been saying that there was no threat to the life of the Prime Minister. On some occasions, he even made fun of the Prime Minister on this issue.
PM’s convoy was stopping for 20 minutes
The Prime Minister’s convoy was halted at a flyover for about 20 minutes after farmers blocked the road in Ferozepur on January 5. After the incident, the Prime Minister had to return to Punjab without participating in other programs including the rally. The Center has accused the Congress-led government of Punjab of security lapse and asked it to submit a report in this regard immediately. The Supreme Court on Wednesday constituted a five-member committee headed by former apex court judge Indu Malhotra to probe the matter.