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PM security breach in Punjab: SC panel holds Ferozepur SSP responsible for lapses

NEW DELHI: Former Supreme Courtroom decide Justice Indu Malhotra Committee, inquiring into the safety lapses within the Prime Minister’s convoy in Punjab in January, knowledgeable the highest courtroom that there needs to be an oversight committee for periodic revision of ‘Blue Ebook’ and indicted Ferozepur Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) for not taking steps in reference to the safety to PM’s convoy.

On January 12, the Supreme Courtroom had appointed retired prime courtroom decide Justice Indu Malhotra to go the committee to research Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s safety breach in Punjab.

Chief Justice NV Ramana then had stated the panel would inquire into the causes of the safety breach, individuals liable for the breach, and likewise measures to be taken sooner or later to stop safety breach of the Prime Minister and different constitutional functionaries. The opposite members of the panel embrace — Director General of Police, Chandigarh; Inspector General, Nationwide Investigation Company (NIA) or his nominee not under the rank of IG; Registrar General of the Punjab and Haryana Excessive Courtroom; and Extra DGP, Safety, Punjab.

The highest courtroom order got here on a petition by NGO Lawyer’s Voice, which was represented by senior advocate Maninder Singh. The petitioner had emphasised on the significance of safety to the PM of the nation and cited earlier prime courtroom ruling that regarded on the SPG Act.

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