What really happened when they attacked Parliament, eyewitness tells us everything

The attack on Parliament has left the entire country in deep shock. We are yet to hear about this attack, how it happened, and who is responsible. A witness who was present around the Parliament at the time of the attack has provided accurate information about this shocking incident. It is a coincidence that 22 years ago on December 13, there was a terrorist attack on Parliament.

Lok Sabha faced a major security breach on Wednesday when two youths jumped into the hall from the visitors’ gallery, created a smokescreen, and raised slogans. A witness present at the time of the attack said, “Two persons entered the Lok Sabha, emitting yellow smoke and raising slogans against dictatorship and demanding protection of the Constitution. Around the same time, two persons, including a woman, also shouted ‘Dictatorship will not last. ‘Sprayed coloured gas from canisters while raising slogans outside the Parliament complex.

Sinha referred to the chaos and subsequent arrest of four persons, two from inside Parliament and two from outside.” According to eyewitnesses, around 30 to 40 visitors were sitting in the Lok Sabha gallery at the time of the “security breach”. “An incident of this nature inside Parliament was surprising despite the five-tier security,” continued another witness.

Narayana Swamy, one of the eyewitnesses, claimed that 23 of them had gathered outside Parliament after obtaining passes to enter the House gallery, but were denied entry. “We had visitors’ passes but were not allowed entry,” claimed the owner.

As the nation grapples with the aftermath of this unprecedented incident, the focus now shifts to a comprehensive investigation and a transparent communication of findings. The incident serves as a stark reminder of the ever-evolving nature of security threats and the imperative for constant vigilance to safeguard the sanctity of democratic institutions. The attack on Parliament, reminiscent of a similar incident 22 years ago, has left the nation in shock. Witnesses recount the chaos as two individuals breached security, infiltrating the Lok Sabha and creating a smokescreen while raising slogans against dictatorship.

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