Tribute to an unprecedented icon

Tribute to an unprecedented icon The incident has put Punjab police under scrutiny. A security expert said we had never witnessed such casual police behavior in the past. Despite their information on the protesters, the Punjab police did not follow the “Blue Book” and did not prepare an emergency itinerary for the Prime Minister’s visit. The Special Protection Group (SPG) Blue Book sets out security guidelines for the protection of the Prime Minister. Special Protection Group (SPG) personnel remain close to the PM while the rest of the security measures are taken care of by the state government. In the event of a sudden change, the State Police updates the SPG and the movement of VIPs is changed accordingly. Punjab is a sensitive border state and a visit by the leader of the country with such security flaws is fraught with dangerous eventualities. In 2021, around 150 drone sightings were recorded across the Punjab border from Pakistan and many such sightings went unaccounted for. Many drones were also loaded with Tiffin bombs, hand grenades, pistols and cash. A team from MHA is seeking details of the deployment, picketing, rooftop deployment, barricades and other security measures taken by the Punjab Police during the Prime Minister’s visit. “A report has been requested from intelligence agencies on the security breach,” he added. On November 4, Punjab police recovered a Tiffin box filled with explosives hidden in an agricultural field near the Indo-Pakistan border in Ferozepur district. PM Modi was due to fly to the National Martyrs’ Memorial at Hussainiwala by helicopter from Bhatinda Airport. Due to rain and poor visibility, the Prime Minister waited approximately 20 minutes for the weather to clear. The statement said that when the weather did not improve, it was decided that he would visit the National Martyrs’ Memorial by road, which would take more than two hours. The Prime Minister continued to travel by road after the necessary confirmation of the necessary security arrangements by the Punjab DGP Police. About 30 km from the National Martyrs’ Memorial in Hussainiwala, when the Prime Minister’s convoy reached an airlift, the road was found to be blocked by protesters. The prime minister was stuck on a flyover for almost 20 minutes. “This was a major security breach for the Prime Minister. The Prime Minister’s schedule and travel plan was communicated well in advance to the Punjab government. As per procedure, they must take the necessary arrangements for logistics, security as well as keeping a contingency plan ready,” the statement read. Also in view of the contingency plan, the Government of Punjab needs to deploy additional security means to secure any travel by road, which has obviously not been deployed. He said only the Punjab police knew the prime minister’s precise route and ‘never has such police behavior been observed’. The Punjab government should honestly explain how this happened and determine the responsibility for this failure and take strict action.

After the sad news of the sad demise of Lata Mangeshkar ji spread around the world, the internet along with fans flooded Twitter and other social media platforms with messages of condolence and paid their last respects to the legendary singer. known as the “Nightingale of India”. . Lata Mangeshkar leaves behind an incredible legacy of timeless songs and her contribution to Indian culture remains unmatched. She reached the pinnacle of success that probably no other Indian artist would ever reach. It truly belongs to all of us. Undoubtedly, Lata Mangeshkar was among the successful playback singers in the history of Indian cinema. Literally, it cannot be confined to one country, one language and one state. His contribution was beyond borders and is a best example of how one human being can unite everyone. His voice had truly inspired everyone and united everyone. However, there was no thought of religion/caste, no thought of nationality or any thought of a particular community in his thinking. Additionally, for her contributions to the music industry, she has received numerous honors from Bharat Ratna to Padma Vibhushan and “Queen of Melody” recognitions. His melodious songs have touched millions of people around the world. Lata Mangeshkar was the epitome of grace, humility and simplicity and thus gained so much name and fame across the world. Rest in peace Lata Mangeshkar ji. Your legacy will inspire generations to come.

Vivek Koul

Jammu

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