Delhi Police Special Cell to recreate Parliament security breach scene

 – Gudstory

Delhi Police Special Cell to recreate Parliament security breach scene – Gudstory

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Sources said the Special Cell of Delhi Police will take the accused to the Parliament complex on Saturday or Sunday and recreate the scene of Wednesday’s Parliament security breach.

According to sources, the accused will be taken to Parliament to recreate the crime scene. Special cell sources said this will help the police find out how the accused entered Parliament House with color spray and how they executed their plan.

Sources said the special cell will take the accused from the gate of the Parliament complex to inside the building to recreate the scene of the incident.

Due to Parliament proceedings on Thursday, the Special Cell team has not been able to recreate the scene after the arrest. The team is trying to recreate the scene on Saturday or Sunday when Parliament is not in session.

According to sources, the Special Cell team will also take the accused to their flat in Gurugram where they used to meet.

Sources said that the Special Cell team has also prepared a list of 50 mobile numbers on which the accused had called in the last 15 days. Police are calling these numbers and taking their identity.

Sources said that the Special Cell is trying to find out whether only six to seven accused were involved in the incident or whether they were getting help from other people also.

Meanwhile, Delhi Police has arrested Lalit Mohan Jha, the mastermind of the entire conspiracy in the Parliament security breach case, who had fled from the spot after making a video of the incident.

According to Delhi Police, “Lalit Jha reached Nagaur in Rajasthan by bus. There he met two of his friends and spent the night in a hotel. When he came to know that the police was searching for him, he came back to Delhi by bus.” A preliminary investigation.

According to Delhi Police, “Lalit Jha himself came to the police station, after which the police arrested him and started interrogation.”

Delhi’s Patiala House Court on Thursday approved seven-day custodial remand of all the four accused arrested in the Parliament security violation case.

Additional Sessions Judge Dr Hardeep Kaur on Thursday allowed all four accused Manoranjan D, Sagar Sharma, Amol Dhanraj Shinde and Neelam Devi to visit Mumbai, Mysore and Lucknow to investigate and find out the real motives behind their act. .

According to Delhi Police, the accused had purchased special shoes from Lucknow and canisters from Mumbai. The police informed the court that it had filed an FIR under various sections of the Indian Penal Code and also added sections 16 (terrorism) and 18 (conspiracy to commit terrorism) of the UAPA Act.

I am sharing the details of the incident in which two unidentified persons jumped from the audience gallery into the Lok Sabha during Zero Hour and blew smoke hidden in their shoes. “All the accused entered Parliament using visitor passes yesterday and jumped from the gallery, resulting in disruption of Parliament proceedings,” Delhi Police said in an official release.

After this, the police said in its argument that the accused need to be taken to Lucknow, Mumbai and Mysore for custodial interrogation.

Meanwhile, police sources on Thursday said that the four people arrested in connection with the security breach in Parliament have taken general responsibility for the incident, adding that they are giving “memorised answers” to the Delhi Police Special Cell investigating team in the case. “Were giving.

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Published: 15 Dec 2023, 08:31 am IST


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