2 cops suspended for taking PM Modi’s convoy on wrong route

Two policemen, who were in-charge of piloting Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s cavalcade during his visit to the city on December 25, have been suspended for taking the convoy on a wrong route and causing a security breach.

SSP Love Kumar has suspended the two policemen for the security lapse. The suspended policemen are Sub Inspector Dilip Singh and police driver Jaipal. They were in the vehicle ahead to lead the prime minister’s motorcade, PRO in the SSP’s office Manish Saxena said.

The two policemen took a wrong turn as a result of which the prime minister’s cavalcade was caught in traffic for two minutes near Mahamaya Flyover. Traffic policemen then rushed and cleared the route for smooth passage.
Sub-inspector Dilip Singh and constable Jaipal, who were in an anti-demolition vehicle that was leading the cavalcade, took a wrong turn and led the PM and his security detail into the stream of traffic on the Noida expressway.

The cavalcade slowed down there and remained on the expressway for 200 metres before it turned back into its original route, senior officials said. An IPS officer and two DSPs were also attached to the movement of PM’s convoy. A probe into their role has been initiated as well.


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