Published On: Thu, Dec 14th, 2023

Parliament intruders sent to 7 days police remand

New Delhi: The Special Cell of Delhi Police today got seven days remand of the four accused arrested yesterday in the Parliament security breach case.

They claimed that two pairs of shoes were bought from Lucknow

The accused were produced before Patiala House Court on Thursday where the prosecution demanded a 15-day remand but the court sent the accused on seven days remand. During the court proceedings, the police revealed that the accused had purchased shoes from Lucknow, wherein they had created cavities to conceal gas bombs.

The police today said that their teams will visit cities like Mumbai, Lucknow, and Mysuru for investigation, to gather information about the finances of the accused. The police will look for the source of funds and unravel the intricate conspiracy behind the security breach, suspecting the involvement of additional individuals.

In response to a complaint lodged by the Deputy Director of Parliament Security, the Special Cell of Delhi Police has registered cases against the accused under IPC sections 452, 153, and 16-18 UAPA. The police sources earlier told news agency ANI that the four accused claimed responsibility for the incident and were giving ‘rote answers’ to the investigation team of the Delhi Police Special Cell.

During today’s hearing, the judge also enquired about whether accused Manoranjan’s mother or Neelam’s sister-in-law Shabnamwas were informed about the arrests.

The prosecution argued before the court that it was necessary to uncover the conspiracy behind this incident. They claimed that two pairs of shoes were bought from Lucknow and cavities were made in the shoes where smoke bombs were placed. The police said that since the cavities were made in Lucknow, it is necessary to investigate Lucknow as well.

The police said that the incident was a result of a complete conspiracy and thus it’s important to unearth the conspiracy because there are other people involved in it. The police said that the accused had a pamphlet showing the Prime Minister as a missing person. The accused are members of a Bhagat Singh Youth Club page on Facebook. According to them, the main conspirator Lalit Jha is on the run.

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