PM Modi's security lapse, says Apne CM ko thanks Bolna, Main Zinda Hu
The Home Ministry said in a statement that Prime Minister Narendra Modi's convoy decided to return after a serious security breach during his visit to Punjab.
New Delhi: A major lapse has come to the fore in the security of Prime Minister Narendra Modi traveling by road in Punjab. He was stuck on the flyover for 15-20 minutes due to some protesters, an incident that the Union Home Ministry has described as a "big lapse" in security.
PM Modi's security lapse:
Meanwhile, airport officials told that after returning to Bathinda airport, PM Modi told the officials there (Punjab), "Thank your CM that I was able to return alive till Bathinda airport." This information has been given by news agencies.
Prime Minister Modi got stuck on a flyover for 15 to 20 minutes while going by road when some protesters blocked the road. The Union Home Ministry has termed the incident as a "serious lapse" in the security of the Prime Minister. The Home Ministry said in a statement that Prime Minister Narendra Modi's convoy decided to return after a serious security breach during his visit to Punjab. The statement also said that the ministry has asked the Punjab government to fix accountability for this lapse and take strict action.
PM Modi's Rally cancelled:
The Prime Minister was on his way from Bathinda to the National Martyrs Memorial at Hussainiwala when the incident took place. Meanwhile, Mandaviya said, "The Prime Minister wanted to meet all of you but due to some reason he is not able to come among us today. The Prime Minister had a great desire to meet all of you… He has said that the program has not been canceled but it has been postponed."
Modi arrived in Punjab today after a gap of two years. This was his first visit to the state after the controversial agriculture laws were repealed. The farmers had protested on the borders of Delhi for almost a year regarding these laws.
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