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PM Narendra Modi’s security lapse: Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar demands President's rule during Punjab polls

PM Narendra Modi’s safety lapse: Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar calls for President’s rule throughout Punjab polls | Information

Chandigarh: Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Friday demanded dismissal of Charanjit Singh Channi-led Punjab authorities and holding of election underneath the President’s Rule.
He alleged that the Congress dispensation was unable to make sure legislation and order within the state citing Wednesday Prime Minister “safety breach” as proof.
Khattar together with State House Minister Anil Vij and State BJP chief OP Dhankar submitted a memorandum to Haryana Governor Bandaru Dattatreya on the Raj Bhavan right here relating to the Ferozepur incident.
“We submitted a memorandum to the Governor requesting President to take strict motion towards Punjab authorities,” Khattar later advised reporters.
“I’ve made an attraction to the President that Punjab authorities ought to be dismissed and President’s rule ought to be imposed underneath which forthcoming meeting polls within the state ought to be held.
“Within the upcoming polls, political leaders of assorted events will marketing campaign and Prime Minister can even go to the state once more, and it seems that the incumbent regime in Punjab shall be unable to make sure legislation and order,” he stated.
Earlier on Friday morning, Khattar, State Meeting Speaker and BJP MLA Gian Chand Gupta, former Union Minister R L Kataria, and different senior occasion leaders carried out a ‘yagna’ and ‘Mahamrityunjay’ spiritual ritual at Mata Mansa Devi temple in Panchkula for ‘lengthy lifetime of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’.
The memorandum talked about how Prime Minister’s convoy was blocked for a number of minutes in Ferozepur by some “Congress goons” who had been holding protest there.
“We’re world’s greatest democracy. The best way obstacles had been created in Prime Minister’s programme within the state is completely unacceptable,” Khattar stated.
“Why association for another route was not made? The state authorities gave clearance, however highway was additionally blocked by protesters, to say that administration didn’t learn about that is laborious to imagine,” he stated, including the incident smacks of conspiracy. Khattar stated he heard police additionally provoked protesters.
In what the MHA outlined as a ‘main safety lapse’, the prime minister’s convoy was stranded on a flyover as a consequence of a blockade by protesters in Ferozepur on Wednesday after which he returned from poll-bound Punjab with out attending any occasion or rally.
Khattar stated legislation and order duty lies with state authorities and the Channi dispensation had totally failed on this.
“If Punjab authorities says there was no lapse, then why did they type a probe committee?” he requested.
Khattar alleged that Punjab authorities knew that climate was inclement for the final couple of days and highway route might have for use for Prime Minister’s journey.
He stated Channi regarded ‘uneasy’ in the course of the occasion the place the tasks had been scheduled to be inaugurated in Ferozepur. Each the CMs attended the occasion by way of a video convention earlier than it was referred to as off because of the safety breach incident and Modi needed to return.
Khattar stated even Congress leaders are in a ‘catch-22 state of affairs’ whether or not to sentence the safety lapse or not. “Nonetheless some Congress leaders have condemned the incident,” he stated.
He additionally termed Modi the most well-liked prime minister of the nation until date. He stated Modi took daring choices which his predecessors feared to the touch.
“Nobody was prepared to the touch Article 370 in J&Okay and he took an enormous choice to scrap it. Means for development of Ram Temple was cleared throughout his regime,” Khattar stated.
He additionally stated choices just like the Citizenship Modification Act had been taken within the nation’s curiosity. 
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