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Attempt to trespass into Parliament foiled by security forces, the suspect who is a Dera Sacha Sauda follower detained

Sagar was detained and taken to Parliament Street police station where a team of senior police officers are currently questioning him

The Parliament security forces on Monday foiled an attempt by a Dera Sacha Sauda follower trying to trespass into the Parliament. The suspect was carrying a knife. He has been taken to the Parliament police station.

The trespasser has been identified as Sagar and he is a resident of Delhi’s Lakshmi Nagar.

According to sources, the suspect who is reportedly a follower of jailed Dera Sacha Sauda chief and rape convict Ram Rahim reached Door No. 1 of Parliament building on a bike. The man stopped his bike at Gate No 1 and tried to enter inside the Parliament premise with a knife in his hand. He was also shouting slogans in favour of Ram Rahim when security forces detained him and handed him over to Delhi Police, confirmed an eyewitness.

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Sagar was detained and taken to Parliament Street police station where a team of senior police officers are currently questioning him.

The 51-year-old Dera Sacha Sauda chief, Ram Rahim is currently lodged at the Sunaria jail in Haryana’s Rohtak. He is convicted in two rape cases and in a murder case of a journalist. In July, Ram Rahim Singh had sought parole for farming at his fields in Haryana’s Sirsa. However, the application was withdrawn later.

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