Punjab CM reveals remorse after PM Modi shortens browse through



CHANDIGARH: Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi on Wednesday revealed remorse after Prime Minister Narendra Modi needed to shorten his browse through to the state, however insisted that there was no safety and security gap.

Modi, that landed in Bathinda and also needed to take the roadway path to Hussainiwala in Ferozepur due to the stormy climate, was stuck on an overpass for 15-20 mins because of clog by some militants, an occurrence the Union Home Ministry called a “major lapse” in his safety and security.

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“The prime minister had to visit for the inauguration and address a political rally. We regret that he had to return due to blockade en route,” Channi informed press reporters right here. “After all, he is the prime minister of the country. We respect him. There is a democratic system and federal system,” claimed Channi.

His comments came as the BJP and also Congress struck out at each various other over the concern. Channi asserted there was no safety and security gap of any type of kind and also there was no scenario of any type of assault. He claimed there was an abrupt adjustment in the prime minister’s program and also the BJP need to not politicise the concern.

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In a declaration, the Union Home Ministry claimed that after the “major security lapse” in the prime minister’s traveling in Punjab, his convoy chose to return.

The ministry likewise asked the Punjab government to take care of duty for the gap and also take rigorous activity, the declaration claimed.