New Delhi: It has been shockingly revealed that a security plan for the Parliament complex was drafted just days before the recent Winter Session when two men broke through and entered the Lok Sabha chamber. Given that the breach happened despite preventive measures, this detail raises doubts about the measures’ efficacy.
According to sources, all staff members received directives from the New Delhi district police before the meeting. The main goals of these orders were to stop protests from happening close to the complex and to hold people who seemed suspicious. It was also reportedly instructed in detail how many police officers were to be stationed at different locations.
Furthermore, it has been reported that the security wing of the Delhi Police held a review meeting in response to a possible threat from Simranjit Singh Pannun, the leader of the Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) banned group. This implies that security concerns were more widely known before the start of the session.
On Wednesday, December 13, two men could get past security despite these preventative measures. They caused chaos and fear by leaping from the visitors’ gallery into the Lok Sabha chamber, releasing yellow smoke canisters, and yelling slogans. This poses essential queries regarding the efficacy of the security plan that has been put in place and any potential weaknesses within
On Wednesday, December 13, two men could get past security despite these preventative measures. They caused chaos and fear by leaping from the visitors’ gallery into the Lok Sabha chamber, releasing yellow smoke canisters, and yelling slogans. This poses essential queries regarding the efficacy of the security plan that has been put into place, as well as any possible weaknesses.
Experts have identified numerous areas of concern. It’s especially concerning how easily the intruders could enter the chamber despite the police presence and more stringent visitor pass verification protocols. Examined are the efficaciousness of emergency response protocols and crowd control measures.
The breach in Parliament has led to much political discussion and public outcry. Opponents are requesting that the security lapses be thoroughly investigated and that strict reforms be put in place to stop future occurrences of this kind. It is anticipated that the Delhi Police-led investigation, which is still underway, will provide more information about the particulars of the breach and the parties involved.
Security officials have reassured the public that significant revisions are being made to the Parliament’s security plan. They claim the emphasis is on tightening visitor verification procedures and keeping illegal vehicles out of the complex.
The security breach at the Parliament still warrants immediate and decisive action. The specifics of the pre-existing security plan further raise questions about how such a flagrant breach could happen. A comprehensive investigation and significant reforms are imperative to rebuild public trust and guarantee the security of the nation’s highest legislative body.