Khalistan separatists have threatened retired Supreme Court Justice Indu Malhotra, saying that they will not allow them to investigate PM Modi's security breach. Lawyers have received a recorded call asking them to stay away from the matter. Even before this, lawyers have received such calls. The Supreme Court had constituted an inquiry committee headed by Indu Malhotra to probe the matter.
Let us tell you that on January 12, the Supreme Court had announced a committee to investigate the security lapse during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Punjab. This five-member committee has been constituted under the chairmanship of former judge Indu Malhotra.
This is not the first threat in the case of lapse in the security of the Prime Minister. Last week, the lawyers of the Supreme Court were threatened with death by Khalistan supporters. About a dozen lawyers claimed to have received threatening calls. These calls came to him from the number of England on behalf of Sikhs for Justice. After this, the Bar Association of the Supreme Court had written a letter to Justice Indu Malhotra, demanding an inquiry into the alleged threats to the lawyers in the case of lapse in the security of the Prime Minister.
Lawyers were threatened not to participate in the ongoing hearing regarding the security of PM Modi. They said that in the 1984 Sikh riots and genocide, even a single convict has not been punished. Therefore, this matter should not be heard.
Apart from Justice Malhotra, the Supreme Court bench appointed Director General of National Investigation Agency (NIA) or his representative (not below the rank of Inspector General of Police), Director General of Police, Chandigarh and Additional Director General of Police (Security) Punjab as members of the committee. has made. The Registrar General of the Punjab and Haryana High Court is also a member and has been asked to act as a coordinator of the committee.