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Indian Parliament Face Security Breach ‘intruders throw smoke bombs’ at MPs

Two unidentified individuals entered the chambers of the lower house of India’s parliament, allegedly throwing smoke bombs, marking a significant security lapse. This incident occurred on the 22nd anniversary of a 2001 terrorist attack on parliament that resulted in casualties. The two person entered the area where lawmakers were seated during the zero hour, releasing smoke canisters and filling the space with yellow smoke.

The two persons, detained for the protest outside the Parliament are identified as—identified as Neelam (42) and Amol Shinde (25).

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