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‘The DNA of those who entered Parliament is linked to Congress-Leftist ideology’,- BJP

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BJP’s allegation on the opposition.

The issue of security lapse in Parliament on Wednesday is gaining momentum. On Thursday, various opposition parties including Congress created a ruckus in both the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha houses over this issue. After this, 14 opposition MPs from both the houses together have been suspended for the entire winter session. Amidst the opposition from the opposition parties, the BJP has now launched a major attack on the Congress and has linked the accused who entered the Parliament to the Congress and the Left.

DNA of accused linked to Congress-Leftist ideology

BJP leader and party’s IT department head Amit Malviya said on social media that as details are emerging, it is becoming clear that the ‘DNA’ of those who breached the Parliament security is linked to Congress-Left ideology. Is. Malviya said similar people were part of Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra and were also active participants in the organized protests seen in the past.

Connection with Trinamool Congress also

Amit Malviya alleged that TMC connection of Lalit Jha, wanted in the Parliament security breach case, has come to light. Many of his pictures with TMC leaders have gone viral. The people involved in the entire episode have been found to have links with Congress, CPI (Maoist) and now TMC. Raising the question, he said- “Is it not clear that a desperate INDI coalition, in order to weaken the present government, has attacked the Indian Parliament? The institution which is the voice of 140 crore Indians.”

Accused on 7 days remand

Delhi’s Patiala House Court has sent the accused Manoranjan D, Sagar Sharma, Neelam Azad and Amol Shinde, who entered the Parliament, on 7-day police remand. Arguing in the court, Delhi Police said that this criminal act was done as part of a well-planned conspiracy and its purpose was to spread terror. Police have said that all the accused knew each other for a long time and were associated with Bhagat Singh Yuva Fan Club which was later deleted.

Also read- ‘The aim was to spread terror in Parliament’, Delhi Police got 7-day remand of the accused

Also read- Breach in the security of Parliament: Accused Lalit Jha had sent the video of the incident to the NGO partner, search continues, last location found here

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