New Delhi [India], Jan 12 (ANI): Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Chairman Jagat Prakash Nadda on Tuesday demanded an apology from Congress leaders for politicizing Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s security issue.
In a series of tweets, the BJP leader criticized the Punjab government for mocking such a sensitive issue.
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“Punjab Chief Minister Channi and Congress leaders have been mocking such a sensitive issue. They have constantly worked to lie to the country and politicize the matter. Congress leaders should apologize to the country,” he said.
Nadda further said: “The way to Punjab, as part of a well-planned plot, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s safety has been compromised. The whole country has seen the truth about the role of the Congress Punjab government. The security of the Prime Minister of the country has been jeopardized in a planned way.”
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The prime minister’s convoy was stuck on a flyover for 15-20 minutes on January 5 due to some protesters blocking the road about 30 km from the National Martyrs’ Memorial in Hussainiwala.
The prime minister was expected to visit Ferozepur and lay the foundation stone for multiple development projects worth over Rs 42,750 crore. After the security breach, he decided to return to Bathinda airport. The Union Home Ministry has requested a report from the Punjab government on the security breach during the Prime Minister’s visit to Punjab.
Meanwhile, Majithia was released on bail by the Punjab and Haryana High Court on Monday. The SAD leader, who previously served as a minister in the Punjab government, was convicted under the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act (NDPS) based on a 2018 report submitted by the Anti-Corruption Special Task Force. drug (STF). (ANI)
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