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Supreme Court to hear plea seeking independent probe into the security breachof PM Narendra Modi in Punjab

Lawstreet Journal 10 Jan 2022 5:48pm

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Supreme Court to shortly hear plea seeking independent probe into the security breach faced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Punjab
Supreme Court had directed Punjab & Haryana HC Registrar General to collect and preserve travel records and evidence

Sr Adv Maninder Singh: I assume the Registrar General has submitted some report

CJI: We received a compliance report last night at 10 pm

Singh: then we can take it up day after tomorrow

CJI: Where the state Advocate General?

Sr Adv DS Patwalia: the records have taken into record by the registrar general. Regarding allegations against the judge, there is nothing in SC judgment. Be that it as it may, there is some politics in it.

Patwalia: 7 show cause notices have been issued to the SSP as to why action should not be taken against them. no opportunity of hearing has been given to me..where has this showcause notice come when proceedings were halted. I will not get justice from central govt committee.

Patwalia: there needs to be an independent probe.

CJI: Read the show cause notice

Patwalia: show cause notice to the state chief secretary... where it says there it appears prima facie violation of responsibilities bestowed under the SPG Act and not ensuring smooth VVIP travel

Patwalia: show cause notice premediates and assumes everything against us. 24 hrs given for reply... i dont expect a fair hearing at all. there needs to be an independent probe

SG Tushar Mehta: these notices were issued before your order

SG: We need to apprise you about the law under which this applies. Let… Continue Reading...


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