Lok Sabha Secretary General Writes To Home Ministry, Seeks High-Level Probe

Lok Sabha Secretary General Writes To Home Ministry, Seeks High-Level Probe

Security breach in Lok Sabha Live: The Winter Session, 2023 of Parliament commenced on December 4 and will continue tillParliament Security Breach Highlights: Lok Sabha Secretary General Writes To Home Ministry, Seeks High-Level Probe Winter Session Highlights:

The winter session will continue until December 22. In a major security breach on the anniversary of the 2001 Parliament attack, four people have been detained for carrying smoke canisters emitting unidentified yellow smoke. In two separate incidents, two men, both carrying smoke canisters jumped from the visitors’ gallery and ran into the Lok Sabha chamber. In the other incident, a man and a woman were detained outside Parliament, also with coloured smoke canisters that exploded and spewed red and yellow smoke. December 22 and will be having 15 sittings spread over 19 days.

Delhi Police sources have told the two incidents are likely related and Delhi Police’s Special Cell will investigate both the incidents. Security has been increased in the area following the incident. Lok Sabha resumed at 2 pm, with Speaker Om Birla making a brief statement. “We are investigating the matter and have asked Delhi Police to join the inquiry,” he told understandably agitated MPs. Also Visit odishastudypoint.in

Centre Orders Paramilitary Chief To Probe Parliament Security Breach :

The Union Home Ministry has ordered an inquiry into today’s parliament security breach. A committee has been set up under Anish Dayal Singh, the Director General of the Central Reserve Police Forces, with members from other security agencies and experts. In a post on X, formerly Twitter, the ministry said the committee will investigate into the reasons for breach in security of Parliament, identify lapses and recommend further action.

All MPs requesting visitor passes must give a declaration that they know the guest personally and take full responsibility for him or her, according to the Lok Sabha handbook for members. The guidelines were in the spotlight after two persons on Wednesday jumped into the Lok Sabha chamber from the public gallery in a major security breach. According to the ‘handbook for Lok Sabha members’ uploaded on the Lower House’s website, in the application form submitted by MPs for visitors, they need to provide details such as visitor’s name in full, age, father’s or husband’s name, nationality and passport number (for foreigners only) and details of occupation, among other things.

Lok Sabha Secretary General Writes To Home Ministry, Seeks High-Level Probe

BJP MP Pratap Simha, whose office allegedly issued passes to the accused involved in the major security breach in the Lok Sabha on Wednesday, has met Parliamentary Minister Pralhad Joshi, and clarified his stand on the issue, sources told news18. On the occasion of the 22nd anniversary of the 2001 Parliament attacks today, two men carrying smoke canisters jumped into the chamber of Lok Sabha from the visitors’ gallery at around 1 pm. One of the accused sprayed yellowish smoke from a canister, disrupting the disrupted proceedings of the House. After the security breach, BSP MP Danish Ali said that the visitor’s pass recovered from one of the accused after the attack had been issued by BJP MP Pratap Simha’s office. More At https://www.ptinews.com/

Lok Sabha Secretary General Writes To Home Ministry, Seeks High-Level Probe

In a chilling reminder to the Parliament attack 21 years back on the same day (Dec 13), a man jumped from visitors’ gallery into Lok Sabha MPs area. The breach could’ve put lives of MPs in danger. It has exposed chinks in the 56inch armour. The man was a guest of @BJP4India MP.

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