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PM Security Lapse: Supreme Court Asks For Travel Records To Be Preserved


PM Security Lapse: Supreme Court Asks For Travel Records To Be Preserved

New Delhi:

On an enormous safety breach that left Prime Minister Narendra Modi caught on a freeway in Punjab for 20 minutes on Wednesday, the Supreme Court immediately directed that his journey information be preserved.

The Punjab and Haryana Excessive Court’s Registrar Normal has been requested to “hold all information in his protected custody” and the Punjab Police, the Particular Safety Group (SPG) and different Centre and state companies are to  “cooperate and supply crucial help” to him, the Supreme Court mentioned.

The safety lapse is a “rarest of the uncommon” case that might trigger potential worldwide embarrassment, the Centre advised the Supreme Court, backing a petition calling for a probe by the Nationwide Investigation Company (NIA).

“The incident created a really severe state of affairs for the PM’s safety,” Solicitor Normal Tushar Mehta mentioned, urging the Supreme Court to name for information associated to PM Modi’s go to and safety in Punjab on Wednesday.

“Each the Punjab authorities and the police have been accountable for the safety lapse… There’s additionally risk of cross border terrorism. That is one thing which should have been prevented, it is a case of potential worldwide embarrassment,” Mr Mehta mentioned.

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