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Breach in Parliament’s Security Detected

Parliament

A big case of breach has come to light in the security of Parliament House. As a former MP, a man entered the Parliament complex and also applied for a parking pass, but the security of the Parliament caught the fraud. Parliament Security officials reported the complaint to the New Delhi District Police. The Parliament Street police station has registered a case and started investigation.

According to Delhi Police officials, in early November a man entered the Parliament House. He described himself as a former Rajya Sabha MP from Pune, Narendra and showed his Aadhaar card to security personnel at the gate of Parliament. A former Rajya Sabha MP was written on the Aadhaar card. After investigation, security personnel let him go inside the Parliament on foot. He walked up to the reception of the Rajya Sabha Secretariat of Parliament and applied for a parking pass. After that he left from there.

When the Rajya Sabha Secretariat started the process of making parking passes, the fraud occurred. On the other hand, there has been chaos in security agencies for entering Parliament by becoming a former MP. Apart from the New Delhi District Police, other security agencies from Delhi’s Special Cell have been deployed to nab the accused.

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