PM Modi’s initial response to the security lapse in the Parliament: “very serious”

The breach at the Parliament should be thoroughly investigated, according to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

As the opposition criticises the security lapse in Parliament, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the gravity of the incident cannot be understated and urged there to be no arguing over it. Modi stated that probe authorities were looking into the event and taking strict action, adding that it’s also important to find out who was responsible and why, in an interview with the Hindi newspaper “Dainik Jagran” that was published on Sunday.

A thorough inquiry into the significant security breach at the Parliament last week was also demanded by Modi. In his initial remarks regarding the breach on Wednesday, Modi stated, “What happened is very serious.” “A thorough examination into this is warranted; there is no need for argument.

According to Modi, Om Birla, the speaker of the Lok Sabha, is looking into the situation seriously and taking the appropriate action. Investigative teams are putting in a lot of work. It is critical to understand the identities and plans of those responsible for this. Additionally, we ought to approach problem-solving as a team. On such issues, everyone should abstain from discussion, opposition, and controversy, according to Modi.

During Zero Hour, two individuals, Sagar Sharma and Manoranjan D, leaped from the public gallery into the Lok Sabha chamber, yelled slogans and let out yellow smoke from canisters, but were eventually overcome by the MPs. At approximately the same moment, two more people, Amol Shinde and Neelam Devi, yelled “tanashahi nahi chalegi” outside the Parliament buildings and fired coloured smoke from canisters. Lalit Jha, the fifth defendant, is suspected of sharing videos of the demonstration outside the complex on social media.


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