PM Security Lapse: Punjab Chief Minister Channi’s ‘President’s Rule Plan’ Charge

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“I’ve already mentioned I might be the primary to take a bullet for the PM”: Charanjit Channi advised NDTV

New Delhi:

Preventing allegations after the safety breach that left Prime Minister Narendra Modi caught on a freeway for 20 minutes, Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi at the moment accused the ruling BJP of making an attempt to impose President’s Rule within the state forward of elections.

“The place was the menace? I’ve already mentioned I might be the primary to take a bullet for the Prime Minister. What else ought to I do? Ought to I slit my wrists?” – Mr Channi advised NDTV in an interview.

“The allegations are utterly baseless and an try and defame Punjab and Punjabiyat. They’re making an attempt to impose President’s Rule in Punjab,” the Chief Minister mentioned. 

He accused the BJP of making an attempt to color a fallacious image of what went down on Wednesday, when PM Modi was blocked on his solution to a rally in Punjab’s Ferozabad by street. 

“The PM had plans to go within the chopper. It was then modified to a street journey,” Mr Channi mentioned, denying any lapse by his authorities.

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