The Supreme Court on Monday suspended ongoing investigations by two separate Central and Punjabi government groups into the security breach during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent visit to the Punjab, and said it would implement a committee headed by a former Supreme Court justice. to probe it.
A bench led by Chief Justice NV Ramana said that a formal order to this effect would soon be adopted when setting up the panel to which DGP Chandigarh, the IG of the NIA and the Registrar General of Punjab and the Haryana HC could be a part.
The highest court heard a plea from an organization, Lawyers Voice, calling for a full investigation into the security breach of Prime Minister Modi in the Punjab to ensure that such an event does not happen again in the future. .
On January 5, the PM’s convoy was stranded on an airlift due to a blockade by protesters in Ferozepur, after which it returned from the Punjab, linked to the elections, without attending any events, including a meeting.
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