Parliament Intruders associated with ‘Bhagat Singh Fan Club’ page; All accused met in Mysuru 1.5 years ago

So far, six names have come to light as those who were directly involved in the massive security breach that occurred in the Lok Sabha on Wednesday, the 22nd anniversary of the 2001 Parliament attack. While Sagar Sharma and Manoranjan D were spraying yellow gas inside the Lok Sabha, Neelam Azad and Anmmol Shinde were captured outside. The link between the two sets of protestors was the same gas they were spraying

Later, police found that they were all connected on social media and knew each other. Another person, Lalit Jha, shared a video of Neelam and Anmol protesting outside Parliament on Instagram. During his escape, police found one Vishal from Gurugram, who was not near Parliament yesterday, but he provided shelter to the five. Lalit Jha appears to have sent the video to another individual who runs an NGO in West Bengal.

The arrested accused stated that they were not members of any organization and came to Parliament just to protest against issues such as unemployment. However, police claimed that the main conspirator was someone else.

All of the accused were members of the social media page Bhagat Singh Fan Club.

The security breach was planned on social media. They all met in Mysore about 1.5 years ago. Sagar attempted to attend Parliament earlier this year in July but could not.

They all arrived in Delhi from their respective states on December 10. They gathered near India Gate, where they were given coloured crackers.

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