Congress targets SPG as BJP links Punjab CMO to PM Modi’s ‘security breach’

BJP MPs protest against the Congress at Parliament in New Delhi on Friday. PTI

BJP MPs protest against the Congress at Parliament in New Delhi on Friday. PTI

The BJP today turned up the hotness over the “security break” during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Punjab on January 5, even as the Congress said BJP should clarify why the Special Protection Group (SPG) left the PM’s view uncovered when he was stuck on a flyover.

Association Minister Giriraj Singh has affirmed that the endeavor to “kill” the PM was “connected to the Punjab Chief Minister’s Office”.

“The Prime Minister might have been killed by a robot or an adjustable weapon,” asserted the Union Minister of Rural Development, naming the “significant security break” a “undeniable level scheme”.

Sharing the video of the PM’s parade abandoned on a flyover, Giriraj Singh tweeted, “It was anything but an incident, however an intrigue to pull the PM in the well of death. He made due by the beauty of Mahadev (Lord Shiva). Assuming an exhaustive examination is led, it won’t just expose the job of the Punjab CM’s office, yet additionally uncover that wires might be associated with the top.”

BJP MPs held fights against the Congress close to Mahatma Gandhi’s sculpture in the Parliament complex. They raised mottos, requesting a conciliatory sentiment from the Punjab Government.

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In the mean time, the Congress has said the BJP should quit politicizing the issue of Prime Minister’s security.

“The public authority delivered photos of the PM parade on the flyover plainly show the PM’s view revealed. How should the SPG permit this?” said Congress representative Supriya Shrinate.

The Congress likewise said another viral video of the January 5 occurrence showed that BJP allies were in closeness to the PM.

“PM Modi is the sole SPG protectee in the country. The SPG reports to the PMO and the Cabinet Secretary. So we need to request that the public authority disclose all contributions, on which the SPG acted,” said Shrinate.

She further said, “The time the PM was abandoned on the flyover, the SPG had not covered his view as it is obvious from the visuals. The PM’s vehicle is completely uncovered. Why? The BJP should quit politicizing PM’s security. When they do that, this filthy governmental issues will stop without help from anyone else.”

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