Neelam Azad Moves High Court, Urges Immediate Release from Delhi Police Custody in Parliament Security Breach Case
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In her plea, Azad asserted that her arrest was against Article 22(1) as she was not allowed to consult her chosen legal practitioner during the remand application proceeding on December 21. She alleged that she was produced after 29 hours, contrary to legal provisions.
Mastermind Lalit Jha's Police Custody Extended Until January 5 in Parliament Security Breach Case
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The incident occurred on December 13, the 22nd anniversary of the 2001 Parliament terror attack, where five people were involved in orchestrating the security breach within the Lok Sabha.
Delhi Court Extends Police Custody of Four Accused in Parliament Security Breach Case Until January 5
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The accused—Sagar Sharma, Manoranjan D., Neelam Azad, and Amol Shinde—appeared before Additional Sessions Judge (ASJ) Hardeep Kaur at the Patiala House Courts.
Parliament Security Breach: Accused Allegedly Planned and Orchestrated Actions via WhatsApp Group
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The accused allegedly formed a WhatsApp group to meticulously plan and coordinate their strategy leading up to the breach. CCTV footage captured the entire incident, negating the need for a recreation of the crime scene. The footage is being carefully examined, and the accused have been questioned based on this evidence.
Delhi Police Resists Accused Neelam Azad's Plea for Copy of FIR in Parliament Security Breach Case
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The judge reserved the order, with Azad's plea citing the denial of FIR access and restrictions on meeting the family, alleging harassment and seeking the court's intervention to uphold procedural rights and Constitutional principles.
PIL Filed in SC Demands Investigation of Parliament Security Breach Under Retired SC Judge's Supervision
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Stressing the critical role of Parliament in shaping the nation's future, the plea underscores the jeopardy faced by both the institution and citizens.
Parliament Security Breach: Lalit Jha Distributes Video on WhatsApp to Multiple Recipients for Circulation
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Jha's online content, including a post in October, expressing discontent and controversial statements, has raised concerns. The Special Cell plans to question Nilakkha Aich in West Bengal, linked to an NGO.