PM Modi's security lapse: SC constitutes 5-member inquiry committee

The Supreme Court has constituted a five-member committee on the security lapse during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Punjab. Justice Indu Malhotra will chair the inquiry committee.

New Delhi: The Supreme Court has taken a big decision on the security lapse during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Punjab. The court has constituted a committee under the chairmanship of Justice Indu Malhotra. This committee will investigate the whole matter. DG of NIA in five-member committee, DG of Punjab included in Security Investigation Committee. The Registrar General of Punjab-Haryana High Court has also been included in the committee.


The Supreme Court has constituted a committee under the leadership of former judge Indu Malhotra. No time limit has been given for the submission of the report to the committee. The committee will submit its report at the earliest. The Supreme Court said that the inquiry committee has been formed to remove the allegations of one-sided investigation. The Director General of Police, Chandigarh will also be a part of this committee.


Let us tell you, the lawyers of the Supreme Court have been threatened by Khalistan supporters. These calls were made from the number of England. Automated phone calls were received from Sikh for Justice to lawyers. The audio recording of the call revealed that the caller had asked not to help the Supreme Court and Modi in the cases filed against farmers and Sikhs of Punjab.