PM Modi life was not in danger: Punjab CM Charanjit Singh Channi

Blame game is continued from both sides regarding security breach of the Prime Minister during his visit to Punjab. Union Home Ministry has sent a advisory to the state government seeking detailed information about the incident and asked government to fix the responsibility for those who responsible for serious security lapse of the PM

PM Modi life was not in danger:  Punjab CM Charanjit Singh Channi

Chandigarh: Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi life was not in danger when later was strandard on flyover for 20 minutes due to protest of farmers. 

Both ruling Congress and BJP are involved in war of words regarding Prime Minister security breach during his visit to Punjab. He was strandard on flyover more than 20 minutes. Mr. Modi was in Punjab to  address elections rally and to inaugrate Central sponsered schemes. 

Mr. Channi said that Punjab government has no information about change of the plan by the Prime Minister by using road to Ferozepur. According to tour plan prepared by PMO and his SPG team has not informed about change of route plan of the Prime Minister. However, sources said that Punjab police have been informed by the SPG team regarding change of PM tour plan and using road instead of air. Due to bad weather and rain, Prime Minister tour program has changed instead of going by Helecopter, he used road to reach Ferozepur, but he was strandard near Hussainiwala. 

Mr. Channi said that there is no fault of Pubjab government, Special Protection Group (SPG) of the Prime Minister should take responsibility for security lapses. 

Meanwhile sources said that Punjab farmers are well aware about the tour plan of the Prime Minister, they came to know through tv news about change of tour plan of PM. 

Verbal fight between Congress and BPP is intesified ahead of Assembly elections in the state. Punjab Congress President Navjot Singh Sidhu said, Prime Minister has cancelled his visit, because not less than 500 people were gathered to hear his speech, so he cancelled his visit, Sidhu said.