BREAKING : High Drama in Mysuru as Accused in Parliament Breach Has Local Connection

Death – Obituary – Accident and Crime News : High Drama Unfolds in Mysuru Over Parliament Security Breach

Mysuru was gripped by high drama after it was revealed that one of the accused individuals involved in Wednesday’s breach of Parliament security had connections to the city. The accused, identified as Manoranjan, prompted the closure of MP Pratap Simmha’s office as his name surfaced in the case for allegedly providing an entry pass to one of the arrested individuals. In response, Congress workers took to the streets, demanding an investigation into the MP’s role in the incident.

The Mysuru city police visited Manoranjan’s residence in Vijayanagar and spoke to his parents to gather more information about him. A senior police officer clarified that there were no directives from the central or state government to carry out any probe and that the police visit was not intended to trouble the family. However, the officer did mention that investigating officers may visit the MP’s office or Manoranjan’s residence if necessary during the course of the investigation.

Congress functionary M Lakshmana urged the police to check the CCTV footage at the MP’s office to confirm whether Manoranjan had been present. Meanwhile, curiosity among neighbors and the general public grew as news about the incident spread like wildfire. People were particularly interested in what was happening at the residence of Devaraj Gowda, Manoranjan’s father.

Devaraj Gowda claimed that no investigating agency had informed him about his son’s involvement in the Parliament security breach. He came to know about it only through media reports. Manoranjan’s mother, Shylaja, mentioned that her son was not interested in work and even abstained from voting during elections. She also stated that he spent most of his time in Bengaluru and they never received any mail addressed to him at their residence.

As a precautionary measure, the city police deployed personnel at Manoranjan’s residence and at MP Pratap Simmha’s office. Sources revealed that Manoranjan had recently visited Cambodia and had connected with the other accused individuals through social media.

The incident has created a stir in Mysuru, with demands for a thorough investigation into the MP’s alleged involvement. As the investigation progresses, more details are expected to emerge, shedding light on the extent of the breach and the role of those involved.

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