A shocking news has come to the fore in the case of lapse in the security of PM Modi during his Punjab tour. Former judge Indu Malhotra, who is probing the case of lapse in PM Modi’s security, has been given an open threat by the Khalistani organization Sikh for Justice (SFJ).
SFJ has said in a threat call to former judge Indu Malhotra that PM Modi and Sikhs will have to choose between. Earlier, many Supreme Court lawyers had received threatening calls regarding this matter. This organization has threatened the lawyers to stay away from the matter.
In fact, the Supreme Court had constituted a panel on security violations of 12 PM, which will be headed by former judge Indu Malhotra. Indu Malhotra has been threatened not to do this investigation. This Khalistani organization has sent a voice note to Justice Indu Malhotra in which it has been said, ‘We will not allow a former Supreme Court judge to investigate the matter of lapse in the security of PM Narendra Modi. One has to choose between PM Modi and Sikhs. You have turned yourself into a big danger by filing a complaint against SFJ.
This voice note further states that “We will block PM Modi and hoist Khalistan flag on 26th January, we will not allow Indu Malhotra to investigate terror plot against PM Modi. We will prepare a list of those advocates.” who go abroad and then you will hear us peacefully, democratically.”
Earlier, many Supreme Court lawyers had received similar threats from Khalistani outfits. More than 50 lawyers were threatened by calling them from international numbers.
Then SFJ said in its threatening voice note that ‘SFJ is responsible for blocking PM Modi’s visit to Ferozepur in Punjab. Today if you help PM Modi then it will be your biggest mistake.
What’s the matter?
Let us inform that on January 5, PM Modi had gone on a tour to Ferozepur in Punjab, but his route was blocked by some protesters. Due to this PM Modi was stuck on that route for 15-20 minutes. After that he returned to Delhi. In this way, the presence of protesters on the path of the Prime Minister of the country raises many questions in terms of security, for which a panel was constituted by the Supreme Court to investigate.