Opposition lawmakers on Monday proposed the committee hearing of Interior Minister Sándor Pintér and national police chief János Balogh in connection with a case that left one policeman dead and two injured last week. Last week, police accosted a man who seemed to be breaking into a flat in Budapest. The man stabbed three policemen before being shot in the leg and arrested while trying to flee. Socialist Tamás Harangozó and Jobbik’s László György Lukács, the deputy heads of parliament’s defence and public safety committee, proposed to convene the committee and hear Pintér and Balogh on the details of the investigation. They proposed to expand the hearing to the matter of issuing body armour and bodycams for policemen working as patrolmen, money guards or on railways, the statement said.