Punjab govt submits report on PM Narendra Modi’s ‘security breach’ to Centre

The Punjab government has presented a report to the Center saying a FIR had been recorded regarding that situation and a two-member board set up.

Boss Secretary Anirudh Tewari has presented a report to the Center with respect to the security break that slowed down PM Narendra Modi’s visit illuminating that a FIR had been held up in the occurrence and the state government had framed a two-member board to examine the omissions.

Tewari is figured out how to have shared subtleties relating to the succession of situation that transpired on Wednesday, official sources said.

The Punjab government had on Thursday declared the two-part board to research the breaches. The board has been approached to present its report in three days.

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In a significant security slip by, the state leader’s escort was abandoned on a flyover because of a barricade by nonconformists in Ferozepur on Wednesday after which he got back from survey bound Punjab without going to any occasion, including a convention.

The Union Home Ministry had guided the state government to record a quick report, saying it didn’t guarantee the necessary arrangement, while Union Home Minister Amit Shah had said that such neglect of the security methodology during the state leader’s visit was absolutely inadmissible and responsibility would be fixed.

The occurrence set off a significant political line with the BJP asserting that the decision Congress in Punjab “attempted to genuinely hurt” the head of the state, while different gatherings likewise designated the state government over the lawfulness issue. PTI

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