Fake NSG jawan caught in PM Modi's meeting, many agencies including Indian Army, IB are investigating

Publish Date: 21 Jan, 2023 |

PM Modi travelled to Mumbai on January 19. In this location, he dedicated and laid the cornerstone for projects totaling about Rs 38,800 crore. According to the information, someone attempted to access the PM's programme held at the MMRDA ground by displaying a fictitious NSG identity card.

He was, nonetheless, arrested after being suspected. According to the Bandra Kurla Complex Police, Navi Mumbai is home to the 35-year-old accused Rameshwar Mishra. He is claiming to be a member of the Indian Army's Guards Regiment. The police are currently looking into this situation.

Fake ids found with the accused

Before attempting to enter, he was wandering around. Officials from the crime branch monitored it because of this. The crime branch authorities watched him for a half-hour before they finally captured him and began questioning him. The accused had fake National Security Guard (NSG) identification cards that had been issued on January 13. It refers to his ranger posting. However, Delhi Police Security (PM) is printed on the ID's ribbon.

PM Modi inaugurates metro lines

On January 20, during his visit to Mumbai, Prime Minister Narendra Modi opened two new Metro lines. He has opened the Mumbai Metro's 2A and 7 routes' second phase. The preparation of it cost Rs. 12,600 crore. From Andheri to Dahisar, these lines are dispersed along a 35-kilometer elevated circuit.


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