“Assault On Democratic Values”: Revanth Reddy On Parliament Security Breach

“Assault On Democratic Values”: Revanth Reddy On Parliament Security Breach

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On the eve of the terrorist attack on the nation’s highest legislature in 2001, Telangana Chief Minister and Congress leader Revanth Reddy expressed concerns about a significant security lapse in Parliament, saying that it is not only a “assault” on the parliament building but also on our “democratic values” on Wednesday.

“There should be grave worry over the security lapse at Parliament. Our democratic principles are also being attacked, in addition to Parliament House “The chief minister of Telangana stated in a post on ‘X’.

He also asked Om Birla, the speaker of the Lok Sabha, to look into the situation in great detail.

“I urge the Speaker, @ombirlakotaji to conduct a thorough investigation and take stringent action against the perpetrators of this act,” he said.

Four of the six individuals who were discovered to be part of the plot causing the security breach were taken into custody on Wednesday, according to sources close to the Delhi Police, and a manhunt has been started to find the other two.

Furthermore, sources claim that the six individuals—five of whom have been identified—came from outside the nation’s capital and lodged at a house in Gurugram, Haryana.

In a significant security lapse that occurred during Zero Hour in Parliament, two individuals leaped from the visitors’ gallery into the Lok Sabha chamber while carrying yellow-smoke-emitting canisters, only to be subdued by the MPs.

Neelam (42) and Amol (25) were two protestors who used identical gas canisters to demonstrate outside the Parliament in another incident. All four were later taken into custody, though.

According to sources close to Delhi Police, the first investigation showed that all four of the individuals and an unidentified fifth were from outside the nation’s capital.

According to a police source, “a manhunt has been launched to arrest the remaining two people behind the incident.”

Neelam and Amol, who were apprehended outside Parliament in front of Transport Bhawan as part of the preliminary investigation, disclosed that they did not have cell phones or any other form of identity verification, according to Delhi Police sources.

According to sources, they both insisted they had no affiliation with any organizations.

Senior Intelligence Bureau officials paid a visit to the new Parliament building, the scene of the significant security breach, on Wednesday.

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