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Parliament security breach: Accused identified, LS Speaker bans visitor’s pass

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By IANS Updated: Dec 13, 2023 3:57 pm

Read below: LS Speaker bans visitor’s pass, calls meeting of all party floor leaders

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NEW DELHI — The two men, who managed to enter the Lok Sabha hall from the visitors’ gallery on Wednesday, have been identified, said the sources, adding that a team of the forensic science laboratory (FSL) has collected samples.

They have been identified as Manoranjan, a resident of Karnataka and Sagar Sharma.

Besides these two, the Delhi Police also detained two other protesters, a man and a woman, who were protesting with colour smoke flares outside Parliament, an official said.

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The duo has been identified as Neelam, a resident of Hisar in Haryana and ⁠Amol Shinde, a resident of Latur, Maharashtra.

The Deputy Commissioner of Police (New Delhi) Pranav Tayal said the ‘protest’ incident happened outside Parliament in front of Transport Bhawan which is a running road.

Meanwhile, teams of Intelligence Bureau, Special Cell and other central agencies have also reached the Parliament Street police station where Neelam and Amol are detained.

“It will be clear after questioning if the two men caught inside the Lok Sabha and other two caught outside are linked to each other,” said the sources.

Two youths who jumped in the well of the Lok Sabha raising slogans “Kaala Kanoon Nahi Chalega, Gundagardi nahi chalegi”.

“It’s not linked to any terror attack,” said the sources.

A video circulating on social media further revealed one of the individuals using a yellow-coloured flare, skillfully navigating from seat to seat within the hallowed halls of the Lok Sabha.

Astonishingly, the smoke flare was cleverly concealed in the individual’s shoes, escaping the scrutiny of initial security checks.

A forensic science laboratory (FSL) team has also collected the sample of colored smoke flares used outside and inside the Parliament.

“Marking and photography have been done on the spot and samples have been collected for further investigation. We will test the chemicals used in smoke flares,” said the sources.

LS Speaker bans visitor’s pass, calls meeting of all party floor leaders

NEW DELHI — Following the massive security lapse in Lok Sabha on Wednesday, Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla has banned the visitor’s pass and also called for an all party floor leaders meeting later in the day.

The decision was taken after a massive security breach in Lok Sabha on Wednesday afternoon, when two persons jumped from the visitor’s gallery in the House causing a commotion.

The two persons also sprayed some gas. The Lok Sabha Speaker has also demanded for a detailed report on how this security breach took place on the 22nd anniversary of the 2001 Parliament attack.

Meanwhile, Delhi Police Commissioner Sanjay Arora, Home Secretary Ajay Kumar Bhalla have also reached the Parliament to access the situation.

One of the persons wearing a blue jacket was seen climbing on the tables as he ran inside the House spraying yellow gas spreading fear on the anniversary of the 2001 Parliament attack.

All the galleries of the Lok Sabha had two security officials present during the proceedings.

According to Delhi Police sources, both the persons who created a massive lapse from the visitor’s gallery of Lok Sabha causing a massive security scare in the House have been identified as Sagar Sharma and Manoranjan.

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By IANS Updated: Dec 13, 2023 3:57:26 pm
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