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On the anniversary of the 2001 Parliament attack, there was a significant breach in security as two individuals entered Lok Sabha on Wednesday. These individuals took out canisters emitting yellow-colored smoke from their shoes while seated in the visitors' gallery. Television footage captured them leaping from desk to desk, seemingly making their way towards the Well of the House. Members of the House later informed reporters that the protesters were chanting slogans such as "tana shahi nahi chalegi" (dictatorship won't be accepted). The protesters have been apprehended.
Additionally, two more protesters, identified as Amol from Latur (Maharashtra) and Neelam from Hisaar (Haryana), were detained near Transport Bhavan, which is located close to the Parliament complex. One of the individuals who entered Lok Sabha has been identified as Sagar Sharma, while the identity of the other individual is still undisclosed. After the proceedings reconvened, Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla informed the House that preliminary investigation suggests the smoke emitted from the canisters was "harmless" and not a cause for concern. He further stated that an ongoing investigation is being conducted.
As I glanced up, I witnessed an individual descending from the upper section designated for visitors. Coincidentally, at the same time, another gentleman was leaping from desk to desk. "I observed one of them extracting an object emitting a trail of smoke from his footwear. The security staff successfully apprehended them, but their identities, motives, and affiliations are yet to be determined," he further stated.
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