Police seized important evidence in MP security lapse case, pieces of Lalit’s burnt phone recovered

Parliament security breach case update: Police has got a big success in the case of breach in the security of Parliament. The Special Cell of Delhi Police has recovered the burnt parts of the phones of the accused in the Parliament security lapse case from Nagaur area of ​​Rajasthan. Lalit Jha, the main conspirator of the security breach, had kept with him the phones of the accused who were protesting inside and outside the Parliament.

According to news agency IANS, to save these phones from falling into the hands of the police, Lalit Jha first broke them and then burnt them. A source associated with the investigation said that Jha was taken to Rajasthan to collect evidence. An officer said, “On the behest of Lalit, we have recovered the broken phones.” Sources have said that forensic examination of these pieces may yield important evidence.

Lalit had run away with the phones of the accused

Police have said that just before carrying out his plan to breach the Parliament security, Jha had taken the mobile phones of four other accused and hastily escaped after making videos of the protest. He also filmed Amol and Neelam’s protest outside Parliament and shared it with a man named Nilaksh Aich in Kolkata. Aich is associated with an NGO (Samoaist Subhash) in West Bengal.

After this Lalit had fled to Rajasthan. To prevent the phone from falling into the hands of the police, he had first broken it and then burnt it. However, later when he came to know that the police was raiding various places in search of him, then on the advice of his other friends, he came to Delhi and surrendered at the police station on the duty path.

Delhi Police team will go to Bengal

According to sources, a team of Special Cell of Delhi Police may go to West Bengal to interrogate Aich, a second year undergraduate student in a reputed college in Kolkata. After sending Jha to seven-day police custody on Friday, a Delhi court also sent the sixth accused Mahesh Kumawat to police custody for a week on Saturday. On Thursday, the same court had sent four accused Sagar Sharma, Manoranjan D, Neelam Azad and Amol Shinde to seven-day police custody. All four were arrested from the Parliament complex on Wednesday.

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