CM Channi, Randhawa and Sidhu acting like ‘misleaders’: Amarinder Singh on PM’s breach of security – India Times Hindi News

Former Punjab CM Amarinder Singh on Friday accused the state government and the top leadership of the ruling Congress of making reckless statements by breaching the security of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and acting in a state of confusion instead of taking responsibility. Targeting Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi, Deputy CM Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa and State Congress President Navjot Singh Sidhu, Singh described everyone as confusing.

In a statement here, Amarinder Singh said Channi, Randhawa and Sidhu are acting like confused people who do not know how to do their job and perform their duties. The former Punjab CM said that instead of taking responsibility, they are all running away from it and handing it over to their juniors, which is cowardice and not true leadership.

He also advised Sidhu not to talk on issues which he said he did not know. Referring to Channi’s misleading and contradictory statements on the security breach, Amarinder Singh said, “In the morning he says something and orders a probe but till evening he outright denies that anything happened.” He also ridiculed Chief Minister Channi’s childish statement that if there was any danger to the life of the Prime Minister, he would shoot him in the chest. You are not going to get bullets on your chest, it is better to focus on your work, advised his successor in the form of Chief Minister Amarinder Singh.

The former CM also ridiculed Deputy CM Randhawa, the state home minister, for saying that central security agencies should have ensured a safe passage for the prime minister. He said that the Deputy CM was unaware that the Prime Minister was very much in Punjab and it was the duty of the Punjab government to provide all kinds of security.

Recently you (Randhawa) were crying against the extension of BSF’s jurisdiction in the border areas of Punjab, saying law and order is a state subject, though it (extension of BSF’s jurisdiction) is law and order. . Nothing to do with the order, reminded Amarinder Singh Randhawa but to evade responsibility you are saying today that the same law and order was the responsibility of the central agencies, he told them.

Amarinder Singh, who resigned from the post of Punjab CM amid strong protests from Sidhu, told the state Congress president, it is better that you avoid talking about those issues, about which you are not aware at all, such as the security of the Prime Minister How the description is prepared. Amarinder Singh claimed, “With everyone, especially his own party and government having stopped taking him seriously, Sidhu is now trying to get into the water even ABC told him not to. Was.” The former chief minister, whose recently launched Punjab Lok Congress has a pre-poll alliance with the BJP, on Wednesday called for imposition of President’s rule in the state following a “serious lapse” in the Prime Minister’s security during his Punjab visit.

Amarinder Singh advised Congress leaders to “listen to the wise counsel of his own party president Sonia Gandhi who has asked the chief minister to investigate the matter and fix responsibility”. Now, I think, you would say, Mrs. Gandhi is also trying to favor Prime Minister Modi, she remarked. In a “major security lapse”, Prime Minister Modi’s convoy was stuck at a flyover in Ferozepur on Wednesday after some protesting farmers forced the PM to return from Punjab without attending any event, including a rally. What happened.

The Union Home Ministry has sought an immediate explanation from the state government on the breach in the security of the Prime Minister and said that it did not ensure the necessary deployment. Home Minister Amit Shah has also warned that such negligence in the security process during the visit of the Prime Minister is unacceptable and accountability will be fixed.

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