Custody of Parliament intruders extended to January 5 as police uncover additional evidence

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21-12-2023

    15 more days police custody for Parliament breach accused

    The extension holds till January 5

    Police say they have discovered more evidence

On Thursday, a Delhi court extended the custody of the accused in the Lok Sabha security breach case to the Delhi Police special cell for an additional 15 days until January 5.

In the court session, the police informed the judge that they had discovered additional evidence and requested an extension of time to confront and interrogate the individuals who breached the Parliament.

The police stated the necessity to cross-examine the statements made by the accused, emphasizing their intention to carry out a psychological analysis of the intruders.

The police informed the court that they were in the process of examining the social media activities of the individuals. However, they clarified that they couldn’t disclose their findings due to the sensitive nature of the information, expressing the need for additional time to conduct a thorough investigation.

In relation to the security breach in Parliament on December 13, the anniversary of the 2001 attacks, a total of six individuals have been apprehended. The arrested suspects comprise Manoranjan and Sagar Sharma, who unlawfully entered the Lok Sabha, Amol Shinde and Neelam Azad, responsible for deploying smoke canisters outside Parliament, Lalit Jha, suspected to be the mastermind behind the security breach, and Mahesh Kumawat, accused of assisting Jha.

The individuals who breached security conveyed to the police that their aim was to highlight the situation in Manipur, address concerns about unemployment, and bring attention to issues faced by farmers.

 

Custody of Parliament intruders extended to January 5 as police uncover additional evidence

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    15 more days police custody for Parliament breach accused

    The extension holds till January 5

    Police say they have discovered more evidence

On Thursday, a Delhi court extended the custody of the accused in the Lok Sabha security breach case to the Delhi Police special cell for an additional 15 days until January 5.

In the court session, the police informed the judge that they had discovered additional evidence and requested an extension of time to confront and interrogate the individuals who breached the Parliament.

The police stated the necessity to cross-examine the statements made by the accused, emphasizing their intention to carry out a psychological analysis of the intruders.

The police informed the court that they were in the process of examining the social media activities of the individuals. However, they clarified that they couldn’t disclose their findings due to the sensitive nature of the information, expressing the need for additional time to conduct a thorough investigation.

In relation to the security breach in Parliament on December 13, the anniversary of the 2001 attacks, a total of six individuals have been apprehended. The arrested suspects comprise Manoranjan and Sagar Sharma, who unlawfully entered the Lok Sabha, Amol Shinde and Neelam Azad, responsible for deploying smoke canisters outside Parliament, Lalit Jha, suspected to be the mastermind behind the security breach, and Mahesh Kumawat, accused of assisting Jha.

The individuals who breached security conveyed to the police that their aim was to highlight the situation in Manipur, address concerns about unemployment, and bring attention to issues faced by farmers.

 

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