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All You Need To Know About The Parliament Breach Accused


New Delhi: The intruders involved in the unprecedented breach at Parliament come from diverse educational backgrounds, and hail from different regions across the country.

Sagar Sharma, Neelam Azad, Manoranjan D, Amol Shinde, Vicky Sharma, and Lalit Jha, with ages ranging from mid-20s to late 30s, seemingly share no common connection.

Yet, upon further investigation, a link emerged – they are all members of a social media page called the ‘Bhagat Singh Fan Club.’ Additionally, at least two of them, Neelam Azad and Amol Shinde, faced job rejections despite repeated attempts.

The accused stated to the police that their breach aimed to bring attention to issues such as unemployment, inflation, and violence in Manipur, urging discussion in Parliament.

Individual Profiles:

Sagar Sharma, 27, a Delhi native residing in Lucknow, quoted Bhagat Singh and Che Guevara in social media posts. Footage shows him leaping over desks in an attempt to reach the Speaker’s Chair, using yellow smoke deployed from a hidden canister in his shoe. Overpowered by MPs, he was beaten before security took custody.

Manoranjan D, a 34-year-old computer engineering graduate from Mysuru, also jumped into the Lok Sabha after Sharma. His father disapproved of his actions, stating that if guilty, he should face consequences.

Neelam Azad, from Hisar in Haryana, holds an M.Phil degree and participated in protests against agricultural laws and minimum support prices. Despite being highly qualified, her job search left her distressed, as shared by her family.

Amol Shinde, a 25-year-old from Maharashtra’s Latur, aspired to join the police or Army but faced exam failures. The son of farm labourers, his family had no knowledge of his actions in Parliament.

Vicky Sharma, detained along with his wife Rekha in Gurugram, provided shelter to the accused before the breach. He works as a driver for an export company.

Lalit Jha from Bihar, currently evading authorities, filmed the breach and fled with his accomplices’ cell phones. He sent a video to an NGO founder for safekeeping and media coverage.

Shinde, Manoranjan, Sharma, and Neelam are facing charges under anti-terror laws, the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, and IPC sections related to criminal conspiracy and promoting enmity.

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