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Highlights of the Parliament Winter Session 2023 include the formation of an Enquiry Committee to investigate the security breach in the Lok Sabha.

Live updates from the Parliament Winter Session 2023: The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has ordered an investigation into the incident of security breach at Parliament.

On Wednesday, two individuals, Sagar Sharma and Manoranjan D, jumped into the Lok Sabha chamber from the public gallery while carrying gas canisters. MPs swiftly subdued them, but not before they released yellow-colored smoke inside the House. Shortly after, Amol and Neelam were detained for protesting outside Parliament premises with gas canisters. All four individuals were detained, and the police are searching for two more suspects. Sources revealed that the accused resided together in Gurugram before carrying out the incident. One of the individuals in the gallery was issued a visitor pass by BJP MP Pratap Simha from Mysuru. The MP informed Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla that Sagar is from his constituency, and the accused’s father requested the pass to visit the new Parliament building. The Delhi Police’s Special Cell is handling the case, and all the accused are in their custody. Furthermore, the Ministry of Home Affairs, at the request of the Lok Sabha Secretariat, has formed an Enquiry Committee to investigate the factors leading to the security breach. Notably, this security breach in the Lok Sabha occurred on the anniversary of the 2001 Parliament attack, during which armed terrorists stormed the Parliament building.

Parliament Winter Session 2023 Live Updates: MHA orders probe into Parliament security breach incident

The Ministry of Home Affairs has taken action in response to the security breach incident and announced the formation of an Enquiry Committee. This decision comes following a request from the Lok Sabha Secretariat. The Enquiry Committee comprises Anish Dayal Singh, the Director General (DG) of CRPF, along with other members from various security agencies and experts.

The Enquiry Committee’s mandate is to thoroughly investigate the factors contributing to the security breach in Parliament, identify any lapses that occurred, and propose necessary actions. The Home Ministry has specified that the committee will present a comprehensive report containing recommendations. These recommendations will include suggestions for enhancing security measures in Parliament. The ministry aims for the committee to submit its report expeditiously.

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