Manoranjan, Sagar Sharma, Neelam, Amol Shinde : “Security Breach in Parliament on Anniversary of Parliament Attack: Mysuru Link Unearthed”

Death – Obituary – Accident and Crime News : Mysuru Link Unearthed in Parliament Security Breach Incident

Mysuru: A shocking revelation has emerged in the recent security breach at the Parliament on the anniversary of the Parliament attack. According to sources from Times Now, two of the four accused, Manoranjan and Sagar Sharma, who created panic among the MPs by jumping into the Lok Sabha chamber from the public gallery and releasing smoke canisters, are both students and natives of Mysore. Furthermore, the visitor’s pass used by one of the intruders also has a connection to the city.

Sagar Sharma, the intruder who entered the Lok Sabha through the visitor’s gallery, obtained the visitor’s pass using the name of Mysuru BJP MP Pratap Simha. On the other hand, Manoranjan, who was protesting outside the Parliament, is an engineering student from Mysuru. BJP MP Pratap Simha has already met with Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi to clarify his position. The Mysore police has also been in contact with the Parliament Police in Delhi, although the Delhi police has not requested any details from them yet.

In addition to the two Mysuru natives, two other accused individuals have been detained. Neelam from Haryana’s Hisar and Amol Shinde from Maharashtra’s Latur area were apprehended, but they were not carrying any mobile phones or identity proofs. Both individuals have denied any association with any organization.

Meanwhile, the father of Manoranjan, Devraj D, expressed his shock and condemnation of his son’s involvement in the security breach. He stated that his son had told him he was going to Bengaluru, and he was unaware of his plans to visit Parliament. Devraj D, who comes from a farming family in Hassan, emphasized that his son had no bad habits and condemned his actions.

This incident has raised concerns about visitor security checks, particularly given its timing on the anniversary of the Parliament attack in 2001. The Delhi Police’s Special Cell will now investigate both incidents. As a precautionary measure, visitor passes will not be issued for the time being. The government has also ordered a multi-security agency probe into the breach. Speaker Om Birla has announced that visitor passes will not be issued until further notice.

The security breach inside Parliament on Wednesday occurred exactly 22 years after the December 13, 2001, attack that claimed nine lives. The incident had led to heightened tensions between India and Pakistan. The Special Cell of the Delhi Police had apprehended four individuals in connection with the attack shortly thereafter. These individuals included Mohammad Afzal Guru, a former Jammu Kashmir Liberation Front militant, his cousin Shaukat Husain Guru, Shaukat’s wife Afsan Guru, and S A R Geelani, a lecturer at Delhi University.

The latest breach has highlighted the need for enhanced security measures and vigilance, particularly on significant anniversaries and in sensitive locations such as the Parliament.

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