• PM Modi Security Lapse: SC Lawyers Allege Threat Call From Banned Outfit

    Many lawyers said that they received an automated call at 10:40 am on Monday

    Several Supreme Court lawyers on Wednesday alleged that they received threat calls over the case involving the security breach of Prime Minister Narendra Modi who was stranded in a flyover in Punjab for 20 minutes last week.

    A case has been registered by lawyer Deepak Prakash which states that they were terrifying calls that could lead to riots. The caller also threatened "extremely adverse reactions affecting national security and integrity," he alleged.

    Many lawyers said that they received an automated call at 10:40 am on Monday. The caller allegedly claimed that the SFJ group was responsible for the blockade by the protesting farmers on Modi's route when he was travelling by road from Bathinda to Ferozepur, last Wednesday.

    The caller also warned the judges that they "must not help PM Modi" punish the Sikh farmers.  The caller also referred to the 1984 anti-Sikh riot and accused the Supreme Court of silence on the death of Sikh farmers over the past year.

    Prakash's complaint read, "All advocates have been receiving such threatening calls since morning, which indicate that they want to bring hatred, contempt and hostility to disrupt the government and public peace and tranquillity if the Supreme Court hears the PM security breach case."

    Meanwhile, the Supreme Court today ordered an inquiry headed by a retired judge into the incident and asked the Centre and Punjab government to hold off on their probes for now.
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