Punjab govt sent report to Home Ministry over PM security breach

Amritsar: A report sent by the Congress government in Punjab to the Home Ministry on PM Narendra Modi's security lapses has revealed another important information. In fact, at first, the Congress government led by CM Channi was categorically refusing to admit a lapse. But now the report sent to the Home Ministry admits to the lapse, as well as the Punjab Police.

According to sources, the Punjab government said in the report that Bathinda SSP has accused the SSP of Ferozepur of misusing his rights. He did not stop protesters in his jurisdiction from going in the way of PM Modi. The report says that the farmers' protest took place suddenly. FIR has been registered in this regard and a panel has been constituted to look into the lapses. The state government has also shared the sequence of incidents in Punjab in the report. It may be recalled that the Union Home Ministry had sought a report from the Punjab government on the matter following pm Modi's security lapses in Punjab on January 5.

After which the Punjab government had sent its report to the Union Home Ministry on Thursday night. The Punjab chief secretary is said to have sent a report with reasons and facts for PM Modi's security lapses. According to reports, the report has been prepared after talking to top officials guarding PM Modi in Ferozepur. According to sources, additional security forces were prepared in view of the protests and protests. Earlier CM Channi had denied any lapse in PM Modi's security. He had said that there was no lapse in pm Modi's security.

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