Infostani Sources- On the 22nd anniversary of the 2001 attack on the Indian Parliament. Another unsettling incident transpired as two unidentified individuals infiltrated the parliamentary chambers, hurling a smog bomb. Amidst a break from the guest gallery, two unknown persons boldly entered the parliamentary chambers, vehemently shouting slogans of “no dictatorship” while throwing smoke bombs. Notably, Prime Minister Narendra Modi was conspicuously absent from Parliament during this unexpected occurrence.
Live television coverage vividly captured the shock and confusion that enveloped lawmakers as the perpetrators skillfully navigated the chamber. Climbing from one table to another. Lawmakers, visibly stunned, fervently attempted to apprehend the suspects. Subsequently, lawmakers adjourned the proceedings. According to the Press Trust of India, the two men gained access to the gallery through a visitor’s pass obtained through BJP member Tap Simha from Mysore. At the same time, three individuals, including a woman, were outside the Parliament premises, raising slogans. The canisters they carried emitted yellow smoke, prompting swift police intervention, resulting in the arrest of the three individuals.
Parliament Breach: Coordinated Plot Foiled, Emphasizing Urgent Need for Security Measures
Police sources revealed that six individuals orchestrated the security breach, maintaining communication through various social media platforms. Upon apprehending the suspects. Lok Sabha Speaker Om Bar Layan asserted that preliminary investigations indicated the incident involved merely smoke. Allaying initial concerns about a more significant threat. Congress MP Gurjit Singh O’Jala played a pivotal role in restraining the two men. I attended to hear a commotion during the break. He observed one of the individuals holding an object emitting smoke, promptly seizing and discarding it.
Other members echoed O’Jala’s sentiments, emphasizing the gravity of the security breach. The coordinated plan carried out by the six individuals underscored the need for heightened vigilance and security measures to prevent similar incidents in the future.