Demand for polygraphy test of Parliament smoke attack accused, hearing in Patiala House Court today

Parliament security breach: The Special Cell of Delhi Police has filed a petition in the Patiala House Court regarding the Parliament security lapse case. In this, a demand has been made to conduct polygraphy test of the accused who infiltrated the Parliament on 13 December. The court is going to hear the petition of Delhi Police on Tuesday (January 2). This case will be heard by Additional Sessions Judge Hardeep Kaur. Six accused have been arrested in this case.

The court had also extended the judicial custody of Lalit Jha, the main accused in the Parliament security lapse case, till January 5. There was a lot of uproar because of the way the accused had infiltrated the Parliament. The opposition cornered the central government on this issue and created a ruckus the very next day when the Parliament proceedings began. At the same time, Delhi Police took immediate action and arrested all the accused and started interrogating them, so that they could get to the bottom of the matter.

Main accused interrogated

Senior Delhi Police officials interrogated Lalit Jha last week. He told the entire incident in detail to two Deputy Commissioners of Police and Additional Commissioner of Police of Delhi Police. During interrogation, Lalit told that planning for infiltrating the Parliament was going on for months. But the biggest hurdle to enter Parliament was to obtain the entry pass. Lalit had asked the remaining accused to arrange passes so that infiltration could be done.

What happened on 13th December?

Actually, the Parliament was infiltrated on December 13, 2023, the anniversary of the Parliament attack. Sagar Sharma and Manoranjan D jumped into the chamber from the public gallery of the Lok Sabha. Zero hour was going on at that time. After reaching the chamber, he attacked with a smoke bomb hidden in his shoes. Because of this, yellow smoke spread throughout the house. After attacking with a smoke can, they also raised slogans in the Parliament.

At the same time, two accused named Neelam and Anmol demonstrated outside the Parliament. They also used the same smoke bomb that spread yellow smoke. The police showed promptness and arrested all four accused. Delhi Police then arrested the remaining two accused and started interrogating them.

Also read: Plans A and B were made to break into the Parliament, if one failed, the other was to be executed, ‘Mastermind’ Lalit’s big revelation

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