Breached Halls: Unraveling the Security Crisis on the 22nd Anniversary of the 2001 Parliament Attack

Amidst the winter session of the parliament, two unidentified people entered the Lok Sabha chamber.

This incident happened on the 22nd Anniversary of the 2001 Indian Parliament attack by terrorists of Lashkar-e-Taiba and Jaish-e-Mohammed group in which 9 people were killed.

In today’s Incident, the 2 people jumped into the chamber from the visitor’s gallery and the entire incident was recorded on camera. Eyewitness (MPs) later said that the hooligans shouted slogans and sprayed gas. In the video, it has been seen that there is some kinda Yellow gas spread in the chambers.

Both the accused were detained and later identified as Sagar Sharma and Manoranjan D engineer by profession and a resident of Mysuru. Amid all this chaos, 2 more people a man and a woman identified as Anmol Shinde and Neelam, were detained for protesting outside the parliament buildings, carrying smoke canisters.

This incident has raised serious questions on the security risks and people have started questioning how this can be eliminated.

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