President Kovind, PM Modi talk about Punjab safety breach for 30 minutes

“President Ram Nath Kovind met Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the Rashtrapati Bhavan today and received from him a first-hand account of the security breach in his convoy in Punjab yesterday. The President expressed his concerns about the serious lapse,” Kovind’s twitter deal with stated.

The President, who had dialled Modi on Wednesday after the incident befell in Punjab, invited him to Rashtrapati Bhavan on Tuesday morning. The assembly befell at 1pm.

“The Prime Minister briefed the president about what he experienced and how it happened. It was a one-to-one meeting,” stated a authorities supply.

Sources stated the President was involved as a result of “it was not an ordinary security lapse or breach”. “What the Prime Minister has is constitutionally mandated security and there’s a lot of detailing and preparation for it,” stated a supply.

The Prime Minister’s rally in Punjab’s Ferozepur was cancelled after his convoy obtained stranded on a flyover in Bathinda for 15-20 minutes when protesting farmers blocked the route of his cavalcade headed to the National Martyrs Memorial on the Hussainiwala border with Pakistan.

BJP leaders have accused the state authorities of intentionally making a situation “where the Prime Minister is brought to harm”. Modi needed to skip his election rally in Ferozpur the place he was additionally anticipated to put the inspiration stone for growth initiatives value Rs 42,750 crore.


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