Security Breach in Lok Sabha: Intruders Unleash Tear Gas Havoc in Lok Sabha
Delhi Police detained two protesters, a man and a woman, for protesting with color smoke flare outside Parliament on Wednesday.
The protesters were identified as Neelam from Hisar, Haryana, and Amol Shinde from Latur, Maharashtra.
Deputy Commissioner of Police, Pranav Tayal, confirmed the protest occurred outside Parliament near Transport Bhawan.
Two unidentified men also jumped from Lok Sabha’s visitor’s gallery, causing the House to adjourn.
The Lok Sabha incident happened at 1 p.m. while Rajendra Agarwal was chairing.
The detained protesters were taken to Parliament Street police station for interrogation.
The jump by the unidentified men in Lok Sabha led to a brief commotion before adjournment.
Summary: Two individuals, Neelam and Amol Shinde, were detained by Delhi Police for protesting with color smoke flares outside Parliament, coinciding with an unrelated incident where two unidentified men jumped from Lok Sabha’s visitor’s gallery, leading to the House’s adjournment.