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Investigation into Parliament Security Breach Reveals Manoranjan D as Alleged Mastermind, According to Police Source

Previously, the police had asserted that Lalit Jha was the mastermind behind the incident on December 13.

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New Delhi, Jan 14 (Siliguri Journal) – The day after the five people involved in the Parliament security breach returned to Delhi following lie detector, truth serum, and brain mapping tests, a police insider asserted that Manoranjan D was the main planner behind the incident.

Previously, the police had stated that Lalit Jha was the mastermind behind the events of December 13.

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On Saturday, all six accused—Sagar Sharma, Manoranjan D, Amol Shinde, Neelam Azad, Lalit Jha, and Mahesh Kumawat—were brought before the Patiala House court, where they were subsequently remanded to judicial custody, as confirmed by police officials.

Per police sources, on December 8, all five accused, except Neelam, underwent a polygraph test in Gujarat. Additionally, Sagar and Manoranjan underwent narco-analysis and brain mapping tests. It’s worth noting that Neelam did not provide consent for these tests before the court.

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The ongoing investigations and interrogations have unveiled that the accused had intended to convey a message to the government. They expressed dissatisfaction with concerns such as unemployment, the Manipur crisis, and the farmers’ agitation.

According to a police source, the results of narco and brain mapping tests suggest that Manoranjan was the alleged mastermind behind the Parliament breach case.

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Another source has revealed that investigators are awaiting certain forensic reports, and there are still a few more individuals yet to be questioned.

On the anniversary of the 2001 Parliament terror attack, December 13 witnessed a significant security breach. Sagar Sharma and Manoranjan D leapt into the Lok Sabha chamber from the public gallery during the Zero Hour. They released yellow gas from canisters, shouted slogans, and were eventually overpowered by MPs.

Around the same time, two other accused—Shinde and Azad—engaged in spraying colored gas from canisters while shouting “tanashahi nahi chalegi” outside the Parliament premises.

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Sk Sahiluddin
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