Police recover brunt phone parts of accused involved in Parliament breach | India News – Times of India

 Police recover brunt phone parts of accused involved in Parliament breach | India News - Times of India

New Delhi: In the latest development, the police have recovered burnt phone parts of the accused involved. Security breach I Parliamentfound from Rajasthan.
however, Delhi Police Looking for a phone. Lalit Jhawho has been identified as the alleged mastermind behind the breach and the fifth accused. Seven people have been arrested so far in the case of violation of the Parliament.
Earlier, police sources had revealed that Jha had destroyed his and his accomplices’ mobile phones after fleeing to Kachman in Rajasthan. Investigators are yet to locate Lalit Jha’s phone, which is considered crucial to the ongoing investigation.
Delhi Police sources also said that Jha destroyed a total of five mobile phones before leaving for Delhi, misleading the investigation team.
Prior to the incident, the four suspects had handed over their mobile devices to Jha to avoid key details of the investigation from falling into the hands of law enforcement agencies.
“Lalat Jha destroyed not four but five mobile phones after fleeing to Kachman in Rajasthan,” police sources said.
On Saturday, the Patiala House Court remanded the sixth accused in seven-day custody. Mahesh KamawatI Breach of Parliament security Case. The Delhi Police sought a 15-day custodial remand for Kamawat, who is the sixth accused arrested in the case.
Five other accused including Jha are already in police custody.
Two men, Sagar Sharma and Manoranjan D, jumped into the Lok Sabha chamber from the public gallery, releasing yellow gas from canisters during zero hour, before the MPs were subdued.
In another incident outside, two protesters, Neelam (42) and Amul (25), demonstrated with similar gas canisters. However, the four were sent to Delhi Police custody for seven days. Special cell on Thursday.

(with ANI input)

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