Supreme Court Sets Up High-Level Committee On Modi's Security LapseJanuary 10, 2022 15:25
Supreme Court Sets Up High-Level Committee On Modi's Security Lapse:- Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi faced a security breach during his Punjab tour and he had to return back home without completing his tour. This created a sensation across the country and the Union Home Ministry asked the Punjab government to come up with an explanation about the security breach. The Supreme Court of India today constituted a Committee that is headed by a judge to probe into the matter. The bench headed by NV Ramana and Surya Kant, Hima Kohli heard the plea and announced their decision. Advocate General DS Patwalia appeared on behalf of the Punjab government and Patiala informed the court that the travel details of Narendra Modi were taken on record by the Registrar General of the High Court.
He also informed the top court that seven show-cause notices have been issued to the cops and the concerned authorities in Punjab after the incident. The lawyer also argued to direct an Independent probe instead of a Committee. Solicitor General Tushar Mehta mentioned about the Blue Book of the Special Protection Group (SPG) that is tasked by the security of the Indian Prime Minister. The state government was not bothered about the minimum inconvenience and the protest area is just 100 m from the place where the Prime Minister reached told Solicitor General Tushar Mehta. He said that there was no intimation to the convoy about the crowd gathering and called it an intelligence failure.