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Police identify other person who jumped into Lok Sabha chamber

NEW DELHI: Police have identified the second person who jumped into the Lok Sabha chamber as Manoranjan. The other

Police identify other person who jumped into Lok Sabha chamber



NEW DELHI: Police have identified the second person who jumped into the Lok Sabha chamber as Manoranjan. The other person has been identified as Sagar Sharma from the visitor pass in his possession.
The two had jumped inside the House from the public gallery and opened canisters that emitted a yellow-coloured smoke, triggering panic among the MPs.
Delhi Police Commissioner Sanjay Arora and other senior officers visited the Parliament House complex to take stock of the situation after the security breach on Wednesday.
Separately, a man and a woman, identified as Neelam, 42, of Haryana’s Hisar, and Amol Shinde, 25, of Maharasthra’s Latur area were detained on Wednesday while they were protesting outside the Parliament building carrying cans that emitted a yellowish and red smoke.
After the major security breach on the 22nd anniversary of Parliament terror attack, Lok Sabha speaker Om Birla informed the House that four persons have been arrested – two from inside the House, and two from outside Parliament in connection with the incident. He said the Lok Sabha is conducting a probe and the Delhi Police has also been instructed to do so.
The smoke that was released by the intruders appeared to be harmless in the initial probe, he said, adding it looked like it was sprayed to create sensationalism.
Speaker Birla called a meeting of MPs later in the day, where he said all concerns will be addressed.





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