New Delhi: Two individuals who breached security at the new Parliament building have been identified as Sagar Sharma and D Manoranjan, both from Mysuru. The intrusion occurred when the intruders jumped from the public gallery into the Lok Sabha chamber and released gas canisters, leading to a significant security breach. The individuals are currently being questioned by Intelligence Bureau (IB) officials.
- Security Breach Incident: Two intruders, Sagar Sharma and D Manoranjan, breached security at the new Parliament building, jumping from the public gallery into the Lok Sabha chamber.
- Gas Canisters Released: The intruders opened gas canisters, releasing a foul-smelling yellow gas in the Lok Sabha chamber, causing chaos and panic.
- Detention of Additional Individuals: Two more individuals, a woman named Neelam and a man named Amol Shinde, were detained outside Parliament. They were also involved in releasing gas canisters.
- Background and Interrogation: Sagar Sharma and D Manoranjan are natives of Mysuru. Intelligence Bureau officials, accompanied by local police, are conducting a detailed probe into their background. Both individuals are being questioned about any potential organizational links.
- Recovery of Aadhaar Card: Security personnel found an Aadhaar card with a Lucknow address on one of the intruders, raising questions about the individual’s identity and motives.
- Verification of Visitor’s Pass: One of the visitor’s passes used by the intruders reportedly bears the signature of Mysuru BJP MP Pratap Simha, adding another dimension to the incident.
- Phone Seizure and Written Material: The phones of the detained individuals have been confiscated, and officials are examining them for further insights. Written material recovered from the intruders has also been seized for investigation.
- Political Connection: BSP MP Danish Ali mentioned that one of the visitor’s passes used by the intruders was signed by Mysuru BJP MP Pratap Simha, prompting questions about any political connections.
- Ongoing Investigation: Intelligence agencies are actively investigating the backgrounds, motivations, and any possible affiliations of the individuals involved in the security breach.
Security and Political Ramifications:
The breach at the Parliament building has raised concerns about the security measures in place and the need for a thorough review. The recovery of an Aadhaar card with a Lucknow address and the involvement of political figures in visitor’s passes raise questions about potential motives and connections. The ongoing investigation will likely shed light on the details surrounding the intrusion and the individuals responsible.
It remains crucial to assess and strengthen security protocols to prevent such incidents in the future and ensure the safety of parliamentary proceedings. The political fallout, especially if any connections to political figures are established, could have wider implications.