DNA Unique: Was lapse in PM Narendra Modi’s safety in Punjab a conspiracy to kill him?

New Delhi: India witnessed an unprecedented lapse in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s safety after his convoy was caught on a flyover for 15-20 minutes in Punjab’s Ferozepur.

Zee Information Editor-in-Chief Sudhir Chaudhary on Wednesday (January 5) analysed whether or not the incident was a mere safety lapse or the Congress authorities needed to insult PM Modi.

Or — was it a conspiracy to kill him?

PM Modi’s cavalcade was caught for 20 minutes on a flyover close to Hussainiwala in Punjab’s Ferozepur. It’s to be famous that this place is simply 10 kilometres away from Pakistan. A whole bunch of individuals current round shot the video of the PM’s convoy on their telephones. What’s worrying is that somebody might have shot him from such a detailed vary.

India misplaced two former PMs resulting from a safety lapse. Indira Gandhi was assassinated by the Khalistani forces of Punjab, whereas Rajiv Gandhi was assassinated by one other terrorist group LTTE.

This incident has raised important questions concerning the authorities of Punjab and its intention.

PM Modi, who was supposed to go to the Nationwide Martyrs Memorial positioned in Hussainiwala village of Ferozepur earlier than attending a ballot rally, was earlier scheduled to succeed in this memorial by helicopter. Nevertheless, resulting from unhealthy climate and rain, it was determined that the PM will attain Ferozepur by highway.

As per the protocol, the DGP of Punjab Police was knowledgeable that PM Modi would attain Ferozepur by highway, who in flip assured that the police would make all the safety preparations. Though, from movies accessed by us, buses and different autos may very well be seen parked across the PM’s automobile. In one other video, it’s clearly seen that at a ways from this flyover, farmers had been demonstrating in massive numbers carrying flags of farmer organisations.

Questions are being raised as below the protocol – when the PM visits any state, he’s acquired by the CM, State Secretary and DGP of that state. In case the CM is absent, the State Secretary and the DGP are positively current. Nevertheless, not one of the three had been on the airport to welcome him. Subsequently, questions are additionally being raised from this that why Punjab’s State Secretary and DGP didn’t observe the protocol and why they weren’t with the Prime Minister’s convoy?

This reveals that the Punjab Police didn’t make vital safety preparations for the PM’s convoy.

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