Delhi Police on Parliament security breach: A Delhi court on Thursday (December 14) sent four accused of breaking into Parliament security on 7-day police remand. While presenting the four accused Neelam Azad, Amol, Sagar Sharma and Manoranjan D in Delhi’s Patiala House Court, the police said that this incident is like a terrorist activity. The police had sought 15 days’ remand from the court.
Some lawyers had sought permission from the court to voluntarily advocate for the accused and get the power of attorney signed, but the court provided remand lawyers to Manoranjan, Amol, Sagar and Neelam.
Case registered against the accused under sections of IPC and UAPA- Police
The judge asked the accused whether their families were informed about their arrest? Everyone answered ‘yes’. Delhi Police’s lawyer said that they have registered a case under sections of IPC and UAPA on the complaint of the Deputy Director, Security of Parliament House.
Police said that among these people, Sagar and Manoranjan had made passes for the Parliament Gallery and then jumped into the House and used a color bomb hidden in their shoes. This incident is like a terrorist activity. Delhi Police’s lawyer said that in the UAPA case we can ask for remand for up to 30 days.
The accused described PM as missing in the pamphlet – Delhi Police
According to the police, the accused had described the Prime Minister of the country as missing in the pamphlet and had written that the one whose blood does not boil is water. The accused had created a Bhagat Singh fan club on social media. Another accused in the case, Lalit Jha, is absconding. Police said that the accused had bought shoes from Lucknow and by making a space in them, a canister was hidden, which contains poisonous gas.
Police told how the investigation will be done
Delhi Police’s lawyer told the court that the canister was purchased from Maharashtra. The accused are from different places. Police said that the accused have to be taken to many places including Lucknow, Gurugram and Mysore. They have to face each other. Where the meetings were held, who gave the money, everything has to be found out, hence 15 days’ remand should be given. The remand lawyer of the accused said that 5 days are enough for investigation. However, Patiala House Court sent the accused on police remand for 7 days.
Delhi Police said that it was a well-planned conspiracy and an attack on the Parliament of India. Police lawyers told the court that the accused showed a pamphlet declaring Prime Minister Narendra Modi as a missing person and said that the person who finds him will be given money from a Swiss bank. The accused showed the PM as a declared criminal.
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