Sagar Sharma : “Lok Sabha Disrupted by Major Security Breach as Man Jumps onto Floor, Sprays Smoke”

Death – Obituary – Accident and Crime News : The Lok Sabha reconvened at its scheduled time at 2 PM following a major security breach that caused an hour-long disruption in the Lower House of Parliament. The incident occurred when a man jumped from the visitor’s gallery onto the floor of the House, dodging members and security personnel as he jumped on seats and tables. The House proceedings were immediately adjourned till 2 PM by Rajendra Agarwal, who was presiding over the House at the time.

During the disruption, a second individual reportedly dangled from the visitor’s gallery and sprayed colored smoke inside the House. Both individuals were eventually overpowered by members and security personnel and taken into custody by the Delhi Police. The incident raised concerns among Opposition members, who pointed out that it occurred on the anniversary of the Parliament Attack in 2001.

Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury, Congress MP and Leader of Congress in Lok Sabha, questioned the lack of necessary precautions and emphasized the importance of improved security arrangements for Parliament. The Speaker reassured the House that the two individuals responsible for breaching Parliament’s security had been apprehended and that preliminary investigations revealed that the sprayed smoke was not dangerous.

The Speaker acknowledged the concerns raised by MPs and invited them to a meeting for an open discussion after the proceedings. He assured members that their suggestions to enhance security arrangements would be heard and implemented.

The security breach occurred on the 22nd anniversary of the Parliament attacks in 2001, when five militants breached the security and entered Parliament in a car with fake Home Ministry and Parliament labels. The attackers, later identified as members of Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammed, were heavily armed and resulted in the deaths of six Delhi Police personnel, two Parliament Security Service personnel, and a gardener. All five attackers were also killed during the gunfight.

In addition to the two individuals who breached the security of the Lok Sabha, two more protesters were detained near Transport Bhavan. The protesters, identified as Anmol from Latur, Maharashtra, and Neelam from Hisar, Haryana, were seen raising slogans and carrying canisters that blew out colored smoke.

The incident highlights the importance of maintaining tight security measures in Parliament to prevent any potential threats. The authorities will undoubtedly investigate the breach thoroughly and take necessary steps to ensure the safety of the MPs and staff in the future.

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