Govt Takes Stock of Brar's Security Arrangements
Government today took stock of the security of Lt Gen (Retd) K S Brar, who survived an assassination attempt in London, and decided to continue his tight security by army soldiers and ensure all stakeholders are informed in advance about his travel plans.

The security of Brar, who was attacked in London last week for his role in Operation Bluestar, was discussed threadbare at a high-level meeting chaired by Union Home Secretary R K Singh and it was decided that the round-the-clock security of soldiers would continue.

The issue of communication gap between the defence establishment and the Home Ministry and the probable leak of information about Brar's travel plan also came up for discussion.

Henceforth, local army authorities in Mumbai would immediately inform the Home Ministry through the Ministry of Defence whenever Brar undertakes any travel abroad and the Home Ministry will ensure his security outside country through foreign governments.

Security review of 78-year-old Brar, who had led the Operation Bluestar to flush out Sikh militants from the Golden Temple in Amritsar in 1984, came a week after the assassination bid on the decorated retired Army officer.

Ever since the Operation Bluestar, army troops are guarding the officer on the basis of the security assessment made by the Home Ministry.

Brar, who was stabbed in the neck and cheek near Oxford Street in London on September 30 when he was walking down to his hotel with his wife, had said he was convinced that the attackers were pro-Khalistan (Sikh separatists) elements and they intended to kill him.
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Nearly Rs 1,800 crore has been spent by the UPA government for protecting "three members of the Gandhi family", Prime Minister Manmohan Singhand former PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee, since 2004.

SPG also has its sights set on air support, leading to the huge jump in its budget. A dozen Agusta Westland choppers are set to arrive in India soon for providing VVIPs safe air travel. Some of these choppers will be at SPGs disposal too for ferrying protectees within the country.

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Why don't these un-worthies stay in some secret bunker and say us poor Indians hard cash to be used for more productive purpose?


 

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