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Lapse in security of Parliament: Mastermind Lalit had sent video to many people on WhatsApp

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Lalit Jha had sent the video to many people on WhatsApp

New Delhi: Delhi Police is conducting a special investigation into the Parliament security lapse. Police have so far arrested 6 people in this case. All the accused are being interrogated. Police have got many important clues and facts in this case. According to news agency IANS, Lalit, the mastermind of this incident, had shared videos related to this incident on WhatsApp.

Video was sent to Saurabh of Kolkata

According to sources, Lalit Jha not only shared this video but also asked to forward it. Investigation has revealed that Lalit had sent this video to Saurabh Chakraborty living in Kolkata and had also asked him to share it further. “Police have also recovered accused Jha’s WhatsApp chats and the video sent to Sourav, as stated by him during interrogation. He had also shared the video with other people,” sources said.

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Police recovered four burnt phones from Nagaur area

Earlier, the Special Cell investigating has recovered parts of a mobile phone from Nagaur area of ​​Rajasthan, where Lalit Jha, the alleged conspirator in the Parliament security burglary case, had first broken the mobile phone and then burnt it. A source close to the investigation said, “Jha was taken to Rajasthan to collect evidence and we have recovered the broken phones.” Just before executing his plan on December 13, Jha had taken the mobile phones of four other accused and fled from there.

Case registered against Lalit Jha under several sections

After the recovery of the burnt phone from Rajasthan, the police have decided to add section 201 of the Indian Penal Code (destroying evidence/making evidence disappear) to the already registered FIR. The case registered against Jha at the Parliament Street police station includes sections 120-B (criminal conspiracy), 452 (encroachment), 153 (incitement with intent to cause riot), 186 (obstructing public servants in carrying out public functions), IPC. 353 (assault to deter public servants from duty) as well as sections 16 and 18 of UAPA.

Input – IANS

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