Delhi: SC Constitutes 5-Member Committee for Investigation the PM Modi’s Security Breach Matter in Punjab, Former Judge Indu Malhotra will Lead
New Delhi: PM Security Breach Matter: On Wednesday, the Supreme Court once again heard the matter regarding the lapse in the security of Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the Punjab tour. During this hearing, the court gave its important decision. The top court has constituted a five-member committee to look into the lapse and asked it to submit the inquiry report at the earliest.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday gave its important decision regarding the security breach of Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his visit to Punjab. The top court has constituted a five-member committee in this matter. In fact, earlier on Monday, during the hearing itself, the Supreme Court had stayed the investigation being done by Punjab and the central government. Along with this, it was said that the matter will be investigated under the chairmanship of a former Supreme Court judge. Along with this, all the existing investigation committees have been completely banned by the top court. Let us inform that the convoy of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who reached Punjab, was stopped by some protesters. After this, while going to the airport, PM Modi told the officials to thank his CM that I returned alive to the airport.
Inquiry into PM’s security lapse will be led by Malhotra-
Indu Malhotra will head the five-member committee constituted by the Supreme Court. Under his leadership, this inquiry committee will include DG NIA, DG Chandigarh, Registrar General of Punjab and Haryana High Court and ADGP Punjab. Who will fully investigate the matter of lapse in the security of the Prime Minister.