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PM Modi security breach: SC to pronounce order on committee today

The Supreme Court will pronounce its order on the constitution of a Committee headed by a retired top court judge to probe into the security lapse during PM Modi's Punjab visit on January 5

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PM Modi cancels visit to Punjab's Ferozepur amid 'major lapse in security'

The will pronounce its order on Wednesday on the constitution of a Committee headed by a retired top court judge to probe into the lapse during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Punjab visit on January 5.

A Bench headed by Chief Justice of India NV Ramana will pass the order.

Earlier on Monday, the apex court had said that it will constitute an independent committee headed by a retired top court judge to investigate the lapse during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Punjab on January 5.

However, it has been indicated that Committee will include DGP Chandigarh, IG Investigation Agency, Registrar General of the Punjab and Haryana High Court and ADGP (security) of Punjab in the Committee.

In the meantime, the Bench asked both the Central government and the Punjab government to not go ahead with the inquiries by the Committees constituted by them.

The Prime Minister was stuck atop a flyover for 15-20 minutes while on his way to Ferozpur, Punjab earlier this month due to the road being blocked by some protesters.

The Ministry of Home Affairs termed it as a "major lapse" in his

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First Published: Wed, January 12 2022. 06:38 IST