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.
Delhi: A person has been detained while he was trying to enter the Parliament allegedly with a knife. He has been taken to Parliament police station. pic.twitter.com/rKforH5i5R
— ANI (@ANI) September 2, 2019
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.
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 However, the application was withdrawn later.