The matter of lapse in PM Modi's security reached the Supreme Court

New Delhi: The case of PM Narendra Modi's security lapse has now reached the Supreme Court. The apex court has agreed to hear the case, it will hear the case tomorrow. The court asked the petitioner to submit a copy of the petition to the Punjab government and the central government. Senior advocate Maninder Singh had raised the issue of pm Modi's security lapse before a bench of Chief Justice N V Ramanna.

In his petition, Maninder Singh said that professional and efficient investigation is needed to ensure that such an incident does not recur in future. He has sought a thorough investigation into the security violations, dismissal of punjab DGP and chief secretary. It has also sought directions to the Bathinda district judge to take possession of all evidence relating to police arrangements for the prime minister's visit.

He has sought a report on the incident, proper guidelines to the Punjab government and action against those responsible and prevent recurrence of such violations. Pm Modi was scheduled to reach Ferozepur in Punjab and lay the foundation stone for various projects worth Rs 42,750 crore. But the roads were closed due to protests on the way, forcing them to return.

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